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East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00169
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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q- ...-:Miss K. d. Cameron, of 'Memphis, -Mr. J. M. Pnyne,'of Baltimore, wasa ;';-Services at, the Episcopal church -Mr. and firs L. K. Bralnard started I ';Mr. J. W. .Maxwell'of! Cain, Ga* ..:y '

laced her autograph on the Indian Rlv- visitor to town last night Sunday morning at H, and evening at 'I for'their home at \'rJkaria to-day.. I was In town this morning. : t .:- M

.Mortgage; deed, Warranty'deed, er hotel register Wednesday. :_The Bazaar still leads In trunks o'clock. Miss Dunkan of Franklyn Pa., was I '
Quit-Claim deed Bill of tale, ?. -MAjor E.:C, Graves' .genial countenance .
-Rev. ,John Foy will preach at the clothing, Auk and tAoei < J. T. Wilson of in town Sho' 'has 4'
Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, -Capt. Jacksonville yesterday Morning. smiled on the ADVOCATE" to-day. \ 7
Tax sale deed Leases, ; Presbyterian church on Sunday morning ... who ha.been'' Mr. and Mrs. Brady been teaching school at Rocklcdgo but:
; Mr. A. I.. Keeled, of the Narrows, visiting He? ,came up from Melbourne on last,
Aulgnmen&oimortpge, Prfecipe for : at 11, and evening at 7 o'clock. has been spending a few days in town ,.,retimed home on Monday.( owing to Ill-health, had to return home. i night's steamer. Mv
Bond for Title .summons, etc
For sale at the ADVOCATE office. One, i -Id answer to numerous' applications". 'Capt W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpe'i, :-Mr.'and Mr. Moon, who have been -Mrs. J., 'D. Tattle and .Miss Tuttle. -P. J. Hall ha taken the contract for t
lOo.) three, 25c.; dozen, GOo.; one hundred for the "Song of Indian River. We begto bas been in town this week attending to spending the summer In the Allegheny' and maid, arrived here front Cleveland, building the new ice.faotory for the A.It. .-

Also, *,)attachments. ..In' sets $1.00 tar state that they are aU disposed of. County Commissioners'' duties. Mountains, left for City Point. this morn t)., on Wednesday night C. l., F., 0.A C. Cot- ,He expects to got r v

pets, 15.00. Ton In each set. ,Copyright.; -Vr. Ronald Altree, who has been -Dread Is the "staff of life." Altreo's ing.-: Persona wanting tin-work done :are to' work In a few days, and push .his job z
topping in town with his r ther'and' yeast cake never falls to make It. lOo -4r?.L. :E. Heyser and Mis T, L, requested to''read'ithe new advt of,WO. < to completion In four weeks.

t Wedding*****Card sister for:some time past, left for Sanford package; 15o by mall. 83tf.Mr. Spencer, came up from Lake.; Worth. ou Day, on 6th Page: -County Superintendent J. H. Same.

':, receive We thai a share be pleased of your to' E.t = on Saturday ast .,W. A. Baugh, of the Narrows, Wednesday afternoon, on '\heIt' waynorth. -Shoes In abundance at the tyntar\ who has been'making': theround, of'the

) Job Work-envelopes, California wines may be purchased was In town this week and gave us a ., 4" Just examine: thotr (W>shoe for Indies neighborhood schools,; returned here yea t\
.,j {letter-heads,note-head,} C from $3.00 per case at Wanklyn ft Co.'*., pleasant calL -A general *"clearing up"tale at the they are bcautlos*-(the'shoea), tcrday, and Is taking a rest today after k

or bill-head anything, else.statements. 1 1sq Bay street sold ,at Jacksonville.low The best wines them -Tan-Assessor'W
., ever and be convinced.so a price.Try- ,'*tf been In town for a few days getting the i :&fas goods, which will be here by about who'earrte np' ta, 'town Wednesday eve -the steamer J. W.:8wssney' Is still

tax-books In order to place before the the SOth:..inst nlng, left for, other parts of the State ba the ways, at, New Smyrna' She 'I. a
h'f -Mr. J. W.Sackett, of St. Augustine, County Commissioners :-Mr. Geo. H. Reed,. the Indefatigablemkager.t yesterday: undergoing .a thorough',overhaul-At->

r arrived In town Saturday evening for the -Mr. J. M. Yansandt and""wife, and the Canaveral Club, expectsto -There was tneotlog of the Orange ted and painted throughout She 'wiltbe ,

LOCAL NEWS. purpose os looking at his orange' gro.eand Mr.',J. W. Heathcook,' wife and three be la tltusville' about the 20th feat:; Growers Association, at City I'ointyea. launched the middle 'of next week/ ;

---- attending other matter lie returned children, of. JacksonvNeAla.ardied He intends leaving New York on the Oth. terday, aDd (*veral things of Interest to and put on the runabout the loth fast

Society and,General: Ooselp f la connection to St. Augustine Wednesday.Mrs. in town Wednesday night Mr.'Reed will examine the new steamer orange grower were discussed. -Mr. torillard'ha been engaged :this ,
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with Indian River and Lake Worth section Mollle ,Hawkins, of Americns, -The Liverpool Journal ,of Commerce while In Jacksonville, which U beingbuilt -Mr. aad "Mrs. Ed. Sifting, of Cocoa, week to fix up the naphtha launch Egret? ,
week. Brief mention ofInteresting qL, Is:In town spending a few wee1l:1with' : by'the Merrill-Stevens Ca:: for theCanaveral
daring past Ia' Informed that the engineering world arrived la town )Monday evening, on belonging to the Indian River Steamboat t ,
Events Aboat People Ten her brother, Mr. W. R. Knox, who Club. 'Mrs Company He have her: In first- '
their
willie startled shortly by: the appearance way home. tiling has been will
Know, and People Too Dont Know-
has been having a spell of'ohW' and
-A telegram! from Jupiter today close in few She Is .to be'used
Picked np by On Society Xdltor. of a new engine which will revolutionize i : says north during the summer., shape a days. ; .
... ever. the with Mr. and Mr*. Belcher this for ds
motive Osgeola Mason carrying parties
here
power. -The train, due at 6:40: Wednesday oa. t
-' -Dr. Wills, Capt. Fischer, Mrs. Lor- and party on board, passed out through the rivet,; r,' ,
Advertisements
|3T ,under this headIng lard and Miss Sue Buokner have been -We want.money to loan, on Absolutely evening, did not arrive until one .;
are ten cents line week. the Inlet at 9 o'clock re.tenlar.orning, o'clock As' Mr.'and Mrs. R. nJ'atteraolJ., and t
per per spending[ a few days, at DeSoto Beach safe real estate security, In IlImlrangtng'from all well f :yesterday morning. to the fJ
--Mr. P. A. McMillan, of ,Eau Gallle, this week. They went over In the Reckless $200. .to $10,000. Loans -The* remarkable of time of arrival of the Georglaaa, It U daughter, and Mrs.,Jr R. Dlokson and lt *" "
,ha* been In,town this week. i and report .. very pleasant time net ten per Gent'to lender
-Mr. 8. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne,'.wa I.near, Grand Old Ocean. They returned pense. Robbins A Graham,' Tltusvllle. effected by the 'use of Dr. Xooley's, two o'clock.Mr. 'last plght' train, and Uftfor)tocUedgevthis'morning. *;
of remedies I. conclusive .. : and Mrs. D. who Mr J. R. Diokaon cam* WI.l
last ofthe Fla. 12tf r by-chloride roW 8. Q rfger, have 1:
to ton night ,Mr Wills also
visitor was one 1
a on Sunday. % .
1 proof that these dangeroua'disease been to town .to meet th.... Mr .Dick-
spending few holidays In Cocoa, np s',;
-Mr: K.: C. Chaffee, County Commissioner merry party. -The Rev. B.. F.' Brown will preach can be ef red. Correspondence solicited, .,.
returne home ion ,ha been 111 to but.,
oa Sunday aftemoon'esteamer. quite Chicago ,
from Ankona, has,been In town -H. C. Starch; of Calabar, who has on "The Communion of Sainte," OD Sunday 'Kee18J' Iaetituta,ratatk&y Fla. ll" 8tThfl )(1',XX U. ,Watson took chargeof now looks much better. 'It 7i P'$
this week. finished his in.spple'contraot,, has now' evening the 8th Inst, at St Gabriel's ,.:: vestry of 'St Oabriel'a'eburoh
received a.lane consignment of first Episcopal church.. Service to commence heUfamfcHtngat.the oar the store during MrO.lpr'.absence. -Captain Abe Hfldreth arrived In "t ;-]
:-4rra. T. J.'Grotianand: Miss It D. class Havana tobacco,' and .. prepared to Rectory Wednesday .
at'11 a. Df.'and 1 p.'m. The official/ -Wanted-An experienced and teaponsilde town from his northern home In Colnnn.bus \ .
| Ronald,arrived la town from Baltimore. supply domestio,and foreign an ofIke '' boTedael'-! evening. The the fertilizer salesman for the Indian Ohio last Bight sad left for In. '
finest mon was deuvered'byMra ; ;
quality at the most reasonable Vestiy arV-the Rector presliitat .
; aad
Mj.W River contiguous
[ Wednesday night / country; good two" .
prices.' 'Addreuiamb, Malabar, Sunday last at Cocoa, that belm/ All dlanola to-day.; He brought .down x"!
;!M. Brown, senior wardenf" ;Mr.-.- Gee; well known and highly .esteemed. .Ad f".. '
-Parties wishing to charter boats for :' FU. 8* taints day: ; M. Bobbins, Junior :warden Drt Writer dress promptly, with term and references or.three men with him andJntend* flx-' 4': ., s., s
Indian River, Lake Worth, .or Miami I' ""Our. old 'friend Lieut. B.: K. Paralate aGraliMai: ; keaatirert ,Mf.. E. L Brady ."Phospho-raruylan," office- of EAST Ing: up.hl*, 'steamer.a* soon a* possible,*. ,', ,
or write to G.AltreeTltuv01e. Ba subscription erpirpdtPisses : COAST.ADVOCATE; ..... "
jean ,8 sell, otbsSignar'8erviceleIgw!: Attached your ecretery.l/" ; '* ". ., w WUna so'.that mayjjavt, avjo .tiinar" : :,
namVand-date
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-tyr::: "and Mrs. Lorillard 'and 'Miss I to Compaaay F.'>Wa Infantry, atat note allpJted: -The Tropical Hfltel, at.TtoeklwJge- ., ', Usoeol4'wttW Ifi'r;iJftXf 11 S. ,.,b1ter. ,4" ,! '. ., ,;
r Larsen spent a few days at the ocean I Fort Brady, Sault de St..Marie!?, Mtehpin. .{ at bead of this paper, or upon the wrap. and the extensive'orange grove, which A. Belcher, and Messrs. Dearborn,I .Brlt: i '-Another, new 'firm have,come,for-' tf d

[ beach, near DeSoto, last week. and. report Wishing to keep posted on Indian peri *: J. .. the property embraces! owned by 'Mr.ilyder ton and Carter on board,'started ,on "Tu raN In our! town a* real estate dealers,. '" : ,; '

[ a" enjoyable! time. : River news,'he has this week, subscribed- -Mr. Geb. G. Gleason and bis'bride S.. ,.was aold by Mr.; J,N. Stripling I esdayfor Miami ttnd Coeoanut Grove, via, the'well-known firm of Oaul.len A' j a

"':Messrs. Lesley A Renaker.have purchased :" to the'ADvocATE. passed through here but Friday evening, tn*front Fof: .thftr.' : s,*Court-house, at to go on their i homes toads.. They will Sanders. Of course they cannot expect ':
t the whole of the fixtures. of the : -Mr! and)( '.. J.W. Merrill, of Kansas" on their way to Eau Gallle, where they :'Jacksonvine, under a 'decree of fore- start clearing land as soon M" possible to do much busbies without doing 'a*
Lewis saloon, and have had then' fixed City, Mo., arrived here Monday eveing will In future reside. lO1lm1 of mortgage rendered out of the for the purpose of planting pineapple other real estate dealers Ao adttrtiit' lathe i* F I

[ up In their saloon on Main street. on their way to their winter homeat -For 'sale.-Steam yacht, Sassaens. U. S. Circuit Court; The property was slips. The Blscayne Bay country' well local paper We wish the new arm v
07-' subscribing $1.60 per annum Merrill. Mrs. Merrill informed our Cost, 4,800; will sell for $1,500\ and bought by :Mr. frederick F. Taylor, of known to be well adapted to the culture every success, and hope to see them ,doa
[for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you reporter' 'hat they had spent a very guarantee everything perfect or no sale- Grand Rapids. Mtcb." the mortzaffee... on of the luscious pineapple. big business. *
I Three Cents Per Weet, Portage Included, pleasant summer, and had traveled, a dealhrough without exception the handsomest Monday, '\ -4 gentleman who has Justreturned -Mr. J, W. Sackett purchased a tractof
]to of the United States. steam yacht on Indian River. For further I .
any part
California since they.left Indian particulars, address Hodgson Bros., -Our foreman' Mr. ,C.< M. Horton, from England says he saw Mary Ander. sixty acres sold under foreclosure at a .
.-Mr. Wm. Treutler} of Eau lathe, Eau Gallle, Fla 82mo, who ha been with n* for some months son'In her home at Turnbrldge Wells a the Court House last Mondays C01.. ', ,'ri i

| has been spending a day or .so In 'town. River.Pace & Doyle,. wholesale and retail Notwithstanding the cool weather, past, left the ApvoOATB on Monday, few weeks ago. He says that, she Is The land anjoin the celebrated.Sackett ..\
]He came up for the purpose. of getting dealers In''' hay, grain, feed, fertilizers,' understand one of the train having got tiled of the printing business. perfectly happy 'In' her domestic life, grove at heath Mr. Sackett ha since ,t : 1
I some men to,work on his new ,building boxes,. hoops, nails etc., expressmen J .g
orange paper I Mr. Horton leaves for Melbourne Beach that the ha no thought or Indention of old an Interest In this property and In
the managed to take a dip In the riveron ,
have
Just opened large ,. a
I building
at Eau Gallie. the railway station, known as Allen's near, Sunday: evening. It was, however where he 'will assist his father-in-law, returning to the stage, and that she his portion of the grove referred to, to -.
-Mr. Frank P. Hassler, of Averill, IIaU[ where all the above goods may be' Impromptu, for "the night was dark and )fro H. J. Phillpa/ln the culture of the plays Lady Bountiful among the pool: hey fires;, of Branford, Fla,. Extensive ,
[showed' his genial countenance atound obtained as cheap as at any wholesale. dreary," and he missed his footing coming pineapple. 'We wish him succcds In his people of this beautiful English town, Improvement;will be made on the prop. "
(town on Monday. Mr. Hasster has house In Jacksonville. 12* out of the new bathhouse. plunging new venture. Mr. and Mrs. Horton, who fairly Idolize her. erty.

||planted on his place 150,000 pineapple -We understand the cable from Nassau Feet foremost Into the pellucid waters while In mwn, made many. friends, who -The' steamer White started down -The Florida Loan and Trust Co.

; aUpi. to Jupiter cannot be completed before of Indian River. He was, however rescued regret departure. to Jupiter yesterday afternoon Laving will begin the erection, once of a brick
The Keeley Institute, located at Jan. 10th, and that the steamer none the worse for the cool Immer tfr ted meeting at City Point In tow Capt. P. Nlelson'*, schooner. with building on Washington Ave., adjoining
,.HtlatEa, Fla., Is a branch of the Dwight festmeatb will start from London for sion. Rev. Rut, of the M. E. church a new car on board for the Jupiter and the Bank building on the;.north, to' be'

f.Institute, and all those afflicted with the the Bahamas with a new cable'on the -Mr. Wm. Tygert, the traveling con south, Rev. E. J., Getmao,: of the Lake Worth railway. The mast and used a* an office for the concern which
f liquor opium,cocaine and tobacco habits lit of December. These Island* becamea tractor for the Standard Oil Co., '"has M. E. church, win be eolaborers'in a cabin had .to be removed before they: expect to oP,8J1lta doors for buslnes oa '

!should investigate. \ nest British settlement In 1632-not 1932 as been in town fort few days for the purpose series of meetings at City. Point, beginning could put the car aboard. Seeing It In January 1st The contract ha been let
? -it. of Melbourne has one of our compositors managed Ito putIt Sunday Nov. 8th. There will be the distance, Nlel on'. boat presented
C. J, Hector, of superintending the erection of a to Mr P. J. Hall, and provides for a one k
to County"CommisaionI in our last Issue. preaching( each evening during the following quite an appearance of solid comfort,
|, been attending jullding 40x20-for storing oil for the story structure twenty feet front with a '
I era' business this week.' He Is, unfortu- -The Key West Equator-Democrat above company: The building Is to 'be [week. Service begins at 7 with the new car In position, and some depth of fifty feet ;

| nately, still suffering from the effects of says: "One of the baneful effects of the located a little to'the west of the. Atlantic o'clock yes m. All In ,tbe vicinity whoareinterrsted wiseacres spread the report' that It was -Mr. F. E. Heath, 'of the Dummlt
I the accident to his leg. McKInley bill (to this city) Is the neces- Coast Ice, Fish and Storage Co.'s In.al.1t10DaDd should Jay Gould' yacht that bad arrived. Grove, had a scare last Wednesday He

[ -Mr. C. H. Watson has relinquished city of,sorting tobacco before its Importation new factory, if satisfactory arrangements be-are |exhorted td attend and help -Mr. C. Hatton Tumor and Mr. P. with several ethers, were on board tho,

f his position In the store of Mr. B.D. Gel- ,, : here, so as to classify It. This are made respecting the land. make the meetings a success. Shaw Jeffrey, of London, England,. arrived sloop Barbara, and while heading toward ;I

; ger, and has been appointed traveling baa had a tendency to have much mere -The Jacksonville IJdropcUi says: Mr.lB. W.Berry, of Wilmington, N. here Tuesday: evening on,their way Black Point, she bad her mast:
agent, for the Plant System, between of It, than formerly, stripped la Havana, "The last Legislature passed a law not C. who recently built the marine railway to Oak Hilt Mr. Tumor baa been spending carried away, and became nearly half
Ormond and; Lake Worth, with head thus decreasing the amount of,work, for only prohibiting any: one from hunting for the >$at Coast transportation Co. at the summer In Turnbridge Well, I i fall of water. The party were eventually

quarters at Titnsville. girls, In the respective factories. The and killing plume birds, at any time of New Smyrna, arrived In town Tuesday, London, and other place In England. rescued by Cspt. Ed. DeCourey his
Major J. F. McCarthy, a prominent fruits"of it can be seen In the Urge Increase the :year, but also prohibiting any' one for the r'pu1'pole of building the new He left London In one of the Wilson line yacht, Gleam. Mr. Heath .U not 1Uo'
citizen of Oak Iin.-wa* ln town on Mon In" the number of Idle girls and from buying selling, or having In his. or steamer for the Titusvllle. Oak Hill and steamers, bringing over with him his lou for another trip. like this '
day He don't visit TttnsvUle very women. possession plumes under heavy Canaveral Steamboat Co. This steamer Family (who went to Toronto, Canada on -t
often; but his many: friends are always -Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Strobhar, who penalty: The any law should be enforced, 1* to be of )lib draught, so that she can a visit) and also two dogs a spaniel anda -It was with feeling of regret that .. ':

glad to n ua .him. He brought- down have. -been. on a trip. to Jupiter- .., returned- and tramps who come here only to deprive easily steam through the Banana Riverto retriever Thla I* Mr. Jeffrey's first we heard of the aad death of Miss Sarah
thirty-two green turtle,which be disposed here Friday: evening, ana Kit next day the State of Its birds of plumage Heath; De Soto Beach, Canaveral and visit to Florida. They were 19 days A. Walker, last Friday. Rev.John JPoy "

of to ".,S. Watson & Co. for Oeahv Mr. Strobhar is connectedwith for the sake of gala should be run out on other point where the water Is shallow, coming from London to New York. gave a* tips first ilnttmatitra of 11 Just
-W.1ean1 that the County Comm the Plant System Our reporter first appearance." and win be east long by 13ft beam. -Weather Bureau Officers J. Z. Lan- after we bad gone to press, last Friday
inn little chat with Mrs. Strob- informed morning. She was a daughter of lie. 'I
HaD'i Safe pleasant We that work will soon
of
castle and T. J. O'Brien started
have purchased down
sloner
-Mr. G. D. Aekerly, ever on the alert
bar that she W R. Walker and sister of Mr. J. a
gleaned many years ago commence oa the steamer and she 1 to
Mr. John *
through Introduce novel the river
and Lock Company, to something for the J., on Tuesday morning, la the
-,. S. Franc, State agent, four steel cells and Und with her mother at Melbourne,and T. A K. W. Railway, has Just caused to be bum oath* Indian River bank, close schooner Enterprise, for the purpose of Walker, of this place. The dnooasol
corridor, and two Iron cells for the new It was with much surprise she DOted'the be Issued from the press another illustrated .- to the residence of Mr. B.J. Red.TbeueauoefoCoasittetfoeonaof.,. examining and repairing the government young lady had mad a great many
rapid development of that town since and .UJ-cotteJHp: pamphlet, entU friend during her three yean resMeaeola a
Ljali We understand the HaQ company the telegraph wire and pole all ,along the
aDd
tied. "Bread Batter and the
,
Way
she left it for other parts of Florida. TUtMTlUe, all of whom greatly cf8
win have the, above completed and la to Win I"" The subject matter Is on ablest of middle Florida paper,say emphatically route between here and Jupiter, and
< position by about May tat of next year. Messrs. Pace A Doyle, of this place, the general products of Florida Referring to u.. Standard on It*demandfor they win probably be gone four or five plore her uitimely end. ,>>
Tb Han Safe and Lock Company: Is wen shipped the biggest load of freight that to pineapple, It sayi, inter Jta,, an Atiantie, pert "we are with 700." week A staff of men also went along -Th. Town Council met last Moaitj'-

known all over the United States; and has ever been carried by one steamer "Mr.mental Richard planting, at la Eden:1881, oa began Indian expert River 80 should "...y.we an." Tan State most to assist the above officer n...* the and declared B. R. Wilson elected mayet, i

.' they have a thorough good business representative I from Titnsville In one day. Tie above aDd BOW has a plantation of 40 acres have It, the government Bust give. It, Intention of Mr. Lanooatte to engage the Messr Banders and Daren a*Aldemai, :
In the person of Mr. Franz firm bad about seven carloads of. freight of choicest varieties. His sons have and we Pouter an Join to Barry It np. schooner Cygatu, of Eau Gad, to make aDd Circle as Marshal. A new elMUojs' :
.ho" their chief agent in Florida. The placed on board the 8t Augustine, and each equal acreage, aDd la the immediate U the Bed were properly presented at he trip, but the government official at wu ordered to decide the tie a* Shoes' t ,

Immense factory and office of the above she started to distribute It at various now vicinity growlag.there are The MO Porto acres of Rleo piae-pUnts. variety WaiMogton we could .*.ny.._ the Bee- Washington cut the sum per day down I by the retain of the inspectors oa th*

company: are at Ondnnatti; and they points down the river oa Saturday night produces fruit that weighs from DIne to appiopriatiosv-JaeksoavUle onvllagien. to so low a figure, that X..*. Walton office of Clerk and Treasurer, aad] far*
'; also have salesrooms In various cities In The orange growers,.evidently getting fifteen pound* each. The Egyptian rfanf. TkN4rantge to the entire Bros decided, there WM not sufficient: I the third AkUraaa. 'Thirty' day*<<.c
the United States. We bear the order ready for business. Messrs. Pace A Queen U the most highly Mr.prized. --hoaa State, which win accrue by government mj la the Job to variant them In allow th* proclamaUaa. leg required by Ism,
of lUehard
two Queen last
for the above was given to the Hall Ccv, Doyle tried to get 20 carloads on board, year acre aetted $700 per tat HI* lowest* Improvement a| Canaveral is being admitted o lug their chooser to be used for the. the election will not occur until Moa4a
In preference to others who bad sent bat the steamer could not carry so much Inaeom from ether varieties was $300 by tie {fee* la an part of the purpose for which the IO'trJUDeU$ required D.a 1U. '

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Fernuneneyj him half way decently and no porn 1'1 We soon realised what had oocnr eQ. '

Hast .Coast Advocai d &"tow caned upon a bed of stone too great for him to encounttrnohardshfp I The Ivan had blown np. She was.' to 'I

fil. lady's nsme, and set thereto a rhyme; severe enough ,to map) hint I It windward of ns and abouthalf n mile,

,.. And on, the. rocks verb marks :beside. :his. mp1a n. 1 tf so'hint file dog'afiil i)ie I away There was A dark cloud, mi.
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TITOS7ILLK l FLORIDA. ; by.a glacier to primeval time. 'swill submit tap to a certain limit;,,,d;<>. awful shock,. and she seemed' to be
beyond that and he becomes recklessly lifted to height of 100 feet
bodily up o
Ont .()f 2,000,000 pcOplo wlio' inhabit tuid yet the psestonibat his spirit stirred, ,
desperate and savage. : i sailorman add then to"',dIslolve. Some of till
New ,York city only tooo'll! The while be Cut.her fond and flection Note
name, in port blamed these hion, and All fragments felt Upon our dcckl and t 6FaEEfIfltlelnflffEi : .

I homo-* .- ,-. -, -.-- Mcthlnks was more eternal than the word hoped they would get safety; out of it. the sea was littered for a mile aronnd.
Of Pre'iJeiit JIJtIIfIlc'oI fI'I'II! The Ice age spoke-time's. snow against 1 of the three
( lore's flame I "alone men il'OIlour, One titan\ escaped just one solitary It IL 2
'predecessor in Ilayti, only VHP .c'r.i'foll -Richard[ E. Burton. bark who hked1p the capt In'.dea man. lie was one of the eight men In a e ad

and his term. AH the others tlcd: body as It floated in the bay that even.' the boat.. Perhaps the .other seven -

were exiled, or were hl'liil.! FATE OF 'THE BRIG IVAN Ing! an<\ lowed it ashore for burial.\ *, had left tho boat when the explosioncame. UNS PA5 e e LARGEST
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It was a week later when we got The boat was not injured and t rOR., S uCINGJtt
1'he rifht. to vote ni llm i{?" of J8 b Bf QCAD.Should ,
of the ,. ready for sea, b.ound for Rio Janeiro. it came floating down upon as.with Toru"Touct- PIANO FACTORIES
One of the especial |lnivila'ge! : ,
.toting men in y>n<.zttcts. Another !" I you look over the files of the We had no idea of over hearing from tbo man sitting bolt upright on a ..
FiUP e a
the fact that the girls arc nllotvcj to I World for the last quarter'. of.the year the Russians again, but when four thwart. IIe.wasn't cut or bruised,. ro 1 ,' Vyp R L p. ,,

marry at Ifi. 18G6, yon would I find some. reference, days out wo ran_ _across a New" Bedford bat tho shock had acted altogether\ on,

.- _. '. telegraphed from -London, to the- mutiny whaler named Scott, which gave ns his mental faculties. Ho had becomean 1IweIfL1AND: firli
Japan stalled the fashion In the bait: of the Russian brig of war Ivanat some exiting news. Two day. before idiot and was deaf and dumb on ;

of 15uropeanl7ing her liwtliinlon Fogo' Island. Where may not be she \ad been 'brought to by the top of that. IIIo face took on a --" TERRE: "

This }has been followed 1)1' Slum by over twenty lines about it, for. all news Iran in mAdocean An armed boat' childish grin which never left it, and ; HAUTE NEWPORT

the focndlng of a university with ,a was suppressed as far as possible. crew had tome. aboard and robbed tiio ho conducted himself just as idiots do.

German professor in the chair. of pliyw! Should there even be a quarter of a whaler of wlmt'evnr'tbey-. : fancier). The Although a man of 45 and anj !old sailor -

Ice. column you will not get the,details ast captain had $700, which ho'Wo.l he acted as if he had never seen s

-, ---_. -. can give ,them for I happened toy,be obliged to deliror up and' they' took a ship of any sort before. ,
The perils of the spa (not wcm Jo In't$ at both the beginning and the end share ot his water and provisions, ahd Wo couldn't get any news. from the

be Rotary tel'rlhlewhen it is shown of it. 1Fogo nil his spare sails. Tho Illusions were man, nor did we pick[ up any, ot the

that out of ,00,000,000 pnsionjrcrs is tho southernmost) t Island in not ugly, but .determined, audit was wreckage except the boat. Ulan. and

tarried Jut year on AmC1'1c1I1I'nterll tbo Capo,do Verde group, situated In plain that all had been drinking, .and boat were turned over to a Russian

1 and from American ports,, only C5UVOH the North Atlantic I was there on a that, great confusion ,ousted aboard, man-of-war at RIo, and it may be that
were lost bark which had lumber hard! the brig }? the
brought 'rom what crow-of the the poor fellow suffered death for his
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-- --- -- -- ware, agricultural implements and whaler overheard thay were led to believe share in the mutiny. Every paini
There 40,000 women sludging '
are other stuff, and on our arrival wo that the men had ,abandoned the was taken to hush the matter up, but
various k
In the colleges in America. "
found tho Ivan already at anchor. ; idea of making' the coast of Brazil, tho news got abroad and was touched
And yet marvels: the Now York Commercial
Sho wa there, f it I remember right, to and ha 1 decided to turn pirate.. ? upon by various corre pondent.. I
Advertiser
It it 26'yeauIince '
only patent
lee, about a Russian craft which had On the next day woo spoke an English have seen three or four accounts of it, [ applied lor.]:
the?first college intho land was Thbfaone... of the most convenient ttfearore and business vehicles for the lawyer,
been wrecked inthat..vlcinitp.It [ ,, brig named tho Empress. She, but none were half-way correct, being ,4 'Mneas. man or farmer on earth. Owing to the construction of the lady, '
opened to women.Frnit.growfng ,it i..' ry liykt, at the lame time rrry durable, and is the,"""- '
may not be news to tho average too, had suffered tin overhauling at the colored in the interests Of, tho officers sour,.' j>1eG.wr. ot btuintt* veMete ., tae _rkrl.
--- on irrigated--lairls in reader to be told that the discipline iu bands, of the Russian When they had of the brig. I have, since then met ..c. A WRITTEN' GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHIClEt
: u.cln4's Beat tab!at, CIa b. radrfw49UeWtaOHimUTS. Writ* far Won. Ajnii Vutd
Victoria, Australia It having: D1fll'ked. the Rnsssian Army is the strictest in attempted to take what they wanted, plenty of Russian petty'omc rs and TERRE: HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO. Terra Haute IRS

success., From 16 acre. of vines 22 the world. If anything can be moro tho captain,resisted. and he Was shot sailors, who had never even heard of ,

tonsbf, raisins wero made last season, strict it is Russian naval discipline. down in his own cabin. The two the disaster, all news of,it being snp- ,

and, the f1J' ct of !irrigation on' frail commander of a Russian man-of- crafts 'were then brought'together, tho pressed, RuulIt' was doubtless w

trees which are just coming to maturity war on a cruise[ has more power than sea being smooth, and much ,of tho deemed unwise to' let tho Russian 0lb

Je highly satisfactory. lho Czar at homo.' The latter must at Englishman's cargo was'removed into' sailor know that a Russian could be' .0

least havo some excuse for sending a tho Russian. When tho,latter finally driven to a point where ho would (J]
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The Salvation 1 \ Army have purchased; citizen to his death. Tho former hat left, site was headed,to tho South, ando mutiny.[frew York): World. I I sciE E NYor nS p

tad equipped a flue bu wagon with only to report him dead and the details 'wo saw that the idea of going to trI p'a

full tents and Q,'pan.9t 18 oxen, and i are never, asked for. Brazil had been dismissed' from their Life of Street-Car Jlor es. I S < 'i\ 1 1Iro
hsrrettltpatchrd expedition com Several of'the crow of the Ivan mind Tho average life of horses on tho trI. h

prl.e1ngstx. were triced aud flogged in plain Tho Now York street-car lines varies A pamphlet of Information and ab PI .
next greatly.
"army" ,officers into up news came to us two days camel of the lawtUuxlng How to :n: A
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M& boll 1and, South Africa, to look( at view,of us on tho day of our arrival, later. A gale sprang up from the 'On the Broadway and Sovcnthavo. Obtain Mar* ,Patent Copyrights. Cnreat, amtfre,Trndo, I

tfcb proipccts for the agricultural and and, it wasn't long before:no learned southwest and before it was four .. line where tho work is extremely Adder aUl MUMN A COHrandwnr.. a S am

pastoral.dOVelopment! of: 'I that region. that time brig: was a floating boll. Sho ,hours old wo wore compelled to Ho to. heavy and every car carries from thrco K* r 1 rk,

.- .---.:... .-:...- had aivctcrau captain, but most pf the It struck 'us about:: 4. 'o'clock in the hundred to, five hundred passengers .
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Some,idea of tho magnitude of the crew,
,slomn and electric'plant'proposcd' for' wore o.' lne body/of.men-but the cap until ab9 t,1;( tho ,next, r morning,' horse cnn stand it. On the Tbird-ave. m.U3 p ;o,

Ihe Chicago world's fair may be gathi' tain was continually nagging at them, : Everybody wa4tioiliag and, owliug: line, whero long; trll8.are. made and Sounds at Sea ,
trod from the statement that 24,000 and seeking opportunity's' ihflictpunishment. I when wecrluphtslght I (of tholtuielaq: fypavyworkls: j required! tho 'average! -, ib ..;;.i4

'horse power it ''to be provided for ( In lone day thirteen'! of : down i i t}JI.t, the ,sputa;yoet.i.1, She must life'of'theliorso'1 Is.threq and one-half I.t; is'a well-rstablishcd. fact that the jam ;

driving the 'machinery. The power at'' them wero flogged \in quick Bnc'cesslpn, ,have run,before,tho .gale, much longer yearfl.! 'Both.,of those ,companies buy widespread, sails of &'8hi ,whl.'n rendered O I
the Centenuiai Expo Ulon iu Philadelphia other tho best horses in the market and Concave bjp+,gentlo'brdezo' nt c'nzoet'ex. -
and a dozen others had forms of than we did, for she ,was noun sight havo 'ccllent'conductors bf sound. The1 cclebratad 'I1
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was: about; .2600 horse,' power, punishment act 4 out to them, Men 'when it broke upon us. Being higherout stringent rules' against the overworkIng Dr. Arnott relates tho following ::..L' t-JI:

r, and at Paris 600d< horse; power was w re' ogited ,because they moved too of ,the water and moro,-.heavily} of horses but the travel is.heavy. clrcilnistauce as a practical proof of, this (.1' 'j' .. :0I

t'l f &'und'eudltiont' .It It evident therefore fast or too slow-because they had .a sparred, sho was also, 41'1fUult faster.. 'and competition. has forced 'tho.. com a..ertltm.A ship was onconailing along ( 0
the coast of'ISraziLfur of of
out fight
that if all the power. provided is certain look or didn't have Itbecausetbecaptain About It'o'clock tiho'drove slowly past panies'1 make! Limo best possible speed. land: Suddenly several of the crew O'C) 11-Pf

,used at .the, woi'Id'sf fair exposition thought that they thoughtso ns at not more, than a ablo'. length These two companies have found, while: walking alongtbo deckhotieod that > '

there will10 in! enormous exhibit of and so.. There word several<< among aVAYan4., we saW many evidences 'therefore, that while'a few years agoa when passing' and repossing particular ( I-I-f
maohk them who could and aboardof hdrse'wa "good for five 'or six years', spot they always heard with great distinctness -' !!'
>, speak English, that thing were ;i ot ship-shape the sound of bells chiming tio a
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--. when we learned just how they wcre her', Since the crew had, decided, service,' tho changing conditions have sweet muslo, as though a
Recently -published statistics: show 'reduced this to throe and one-half short distance Dumfounded
being Died by I xoCt1nY
we expressed our indignation on a roving life .they would naturally
the enormous wealth aud power of the I and'encouraged them to rosls shako off all could years at the bcd On the Sixth-ave. this phenomenon tlroy quickly communicated .
discipline. We. seeplainly
foreign steamship! companies which do I \ 'l the discovery to their ,matol, but' '
ifno work required of horses Is not >
tanco. It wasn't tho to do done so .
right thing enough that they had so, none of them were able to solve tho enigma 0
business out of the port of New York wearing.. President<< Curtiss said that ::x: :0' .....
ss I admit, but we wero in the merchant although the brig was lying to on the : as to the origin of those seemingly
and maintain! offices In that city. Thero service, and felt that we had ame' tack as ourselves and making tho,lifo of their horses averaged five mysterious sounds.- I IU ==
are about CO foreign lines,in all. withan "It is no trouble to of !Several months afterward upon returning ...
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certain which commander weather'of B' 3 dispose g
rights no equally good }t. to Brazil,some of tho listeners td
aggregate tonnage of 2855249. dared trample on. o'clock in the afternoon she was out our worn-out' animals," ho said. determined to satisfy their curiosity.
They include: 30 British lines, with Nearly: all the horses which sell mentioned the ci 0
Ouo dark: and rainy night, while I of sight, and,about_ that tfmo tqq gale we Accordingly they re unit if
l,973fwl tout; five German liucswith because their foot give out are good stance to their friends,aud were informed 'OSON'S
was standing ancllor.ntcJ\ on our settled down into a fair sailing breeze.We that at the tlmo when the Rounds wore 0.' :
845,609 ton; fire French companies, craft, one of the'Rueslait sailors swam got oil on our course again, but for many years of satisfactory work heard the belLs 'in the cathedral of St ", :::2 '

wilh27F.5ltons; ono Italian com- :. off to tis. He was about 80 years of an hour before sundown five, saw the in some other capacity" Salvador, on the coast had beegyingiug:: .:::2- -
pany, with 162,278, tons; three Dutch On threo or four of the less important to celebrate a feast held In honor of one
lIe lalbeon
from the
age.* degraded Ivan coming down upon u* from the .
of sound
with the saints. Their ,wonderful to
ooiupanl.ci 79,593 ions \
; one street lines in this city horses
potty office ho held and) given 21 lashes north. char relate, favored by a gentle* steady ,
Danish .:omnany, with 11,938 tons ((0 boot because ho accidentally upset.a Our captain bad 'no idea of being, are driven seven years and in some instances breeze, had traveled a distance of upward 1 '

Mid. one Belgian company, with 2879 .tamp He had como for a talk. lie plundered by the' fellows, and we have been known to do good of one hundred miles! over the smooth '

tow, __._.-_._- ________ i mew nothing whatever of geography cracked\ on sail until it seemed that a work for eight or nine years, but, at the water sails and had at the boon particular brought to locality a focus by in

The greatest: deficiency in the Rns.slau .! and could not toll In which direction yard more would take the masts over the end of that time they are good for .which the sweet sounds were first heard. ed

l grain crop JII in rye, and 'this Is I my coast lay He asked, particularly board. 'Had the Russian been astern nothing else. 'The Third-avenue line This is but one of several! instance of I

Jar more ImpoiUutdeclares the Boston about the coa Brazil: the distance, I of us wo should certainly: have held has a horse which tho driyers say will a similar that kind it,,has trustworthy authorities : rff

'Cultivator, than the shortage on wheat the people, the tof ,.etc. lie finally our own, If not walked away from& never be too old to pull a street car.. claiming somewhat nimilar oft,1lnal'l'l'nl'circumstance.under I f Rr.

A good deal of wheat I is usually ex. told me that the crew of the brig, to a her, but silo was comlug down at Ho has been on the track every day [Detroit Free frets. .

ported, probably: about half the crop. man had'decided to mutiny, kill the right-angles, and everybody realized for the last seven ycars.ami gets along
officers that she was certain to cut ns off., I as well hOW as the day he vras brought A Drummer In a Dilemma.:
The rye is almost wholly used at home, and run for the coast of Brazil.:
M There had not told any of oar officers or'man from tho country seven years #, I I
it Is the staple food of the mace of they would run the craft ashore ; It appears'that Western drummer p711ordnlset0
of the talk I had with tho Haitian They call him "Old Cast Iron," bo- a II .
people. The deficiency! In rye is es.Umaled and each man would shift for himself was bidden to that festivity known as a It str
at CO [per cent, and tue full until the excitement had blown over.I sailor that night during the anchor cause he seems never to 'wear. oat- lawn party{ and the tale further thoweth. I ker
I knew he would be electedto [New York Tribune. that among tho refreshment provided
watch. on
crop is 600,000,000 bushels. Calling told him all ho wanted to know so ...0.- that festive occasion t is the
were some cherries. machine that
"it 00 per cent., and here is 300,000,000 tar as,I was able, and be returned\ as some office by the mutineers, and I The Siamese'Twins.; The drummer was conscious that there THIS

biiahoU to be supplied from some ho bad,cq l6. He had not told me believed be would Intercede to save Eng and Chang, the twins, were were depth of social etiquette which he f used in the Office,
'It will be when the would our bark from being despoiled Therefore Lad never been able to Bound, and s. he I Court-room and
source. take
impossible for Russia uprising place. born in Slam in 1811, and came to the foi.teportingi
after all fellow of
was a sense, with the
to export any of its wheat crop, Thero was an English man-of-war In white all others were much excited United States in .1829, after which American adaptability and did nut wishto i i lectures and sermons..
unless its bo the harbor then arid of \ I was so cool about' it as to attract do that which
people are to allowed tostarve. course no they were on exhibition many years was not according to
The usual wheat crop is 200,. movement could be mad attention. ;here and in Europe. They settled the best usage, be bethought him LM it While its speed is greater than any
Just at sunset tbo brig fired a were well to watch those about him witha I other known method it Li so simple
000,000( buxhel This year it will be The days went by. There was the gnu near Mount AiryN C., in 1854where view to getting clews. la the matter that

,only UO.000,000.. usual routine of flogging[ aboard the for us to heave to. There ,waa an they died In 1874. Chang: died unexpectedly of the cherries ho Wit e"peciatlylroubled. I speed any of intelligent too or more person words can gain minute a
.:.. Ivan and who ugly' cross-sea running now and we as be did not know in the leant what was per
---- -- -- -- a sailor sprang over.board while the twins were in bed in five or six,weeks without the
An innovation in railway travelling, rather than be lathed was coolly doubled if they would lower a boat and had been dead several hours before the proper when method the of fruit JUporing jyf the I aid of an instructor. Circulars and
tones one had
so far is Ihe Continent is concerned shot down alongside the brig without We obeyed the command to luff up. Eng awoke. The latter receiveda hi. lips tie decided, therefore that passed be. testimonials sent to all who mention

is to be tried tn Switzerland. In the having even been ordered to return. The slovenly way the brig was handled nervous shock at the sight of hit fore be attempted to rat any of the this paper

Jura theta Is a large village, or small At noon of the second day the Englishman as she made ready to take a position dead'brother which terminated fatallyin liutiou looking fruit he would wait and, L T. PIERCE
see what his and beautiful hostess FATETTE 6119.
town of 6000 inhabitants called St. left and at fi o'clock iu the afternoon on our starboard quarter proved that about an hour. The twins were did in this delicate voting manner. '

Croix, which is situated at an altitude the mutiny burst forth. Thero everything aboard was: at sixes and connected in the epigastric regions bya "I watched her," he goes on to say Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada.. '

of about 2300: feet above the plain. St. were six merchantmen in the harbor, sevens. There was a fight on her band about six or seven inches Jong "and soon had the pleasure of seeing her t I

Croix Us for some time been anxious but bait the Russian commander called decks before the boat was lowered, and about twq and one-half In diameter slip a cherry between her lips, redder .t
than the fruit iUelf. I took .
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to have a lin* of which would assistance have and after palling half way to'ns the up -- -
railway for it would not been They were physiologically: distinct my own plate, -rejtaring to eat it as soon
eouneU: it with the Jura-Simplau system ifforded. At least 60 of us sac the yawl, which had eight men in It, re- persons,'having different forms, as I saw how she UiupoSed of the ktcne; ORPHEA MUSICAL BOX

at YYtNon, hll sated on the plain. Russian captain shot,and flung over turned. It was lying alongside the strength and dispositions.! Each was ,bat when the took the stone between her Isib.Laie.I.renl..1.. M wiir3rr.ira

Bovorat plaus were prepared, but 'be- board, and after him went his first brig when solid shot was drew at ns. married and had several children, mother fiugers I and found snapped myself it quite at a l her* much grand ata They art the svaetatt Httfma, tuu-t COM pU**. durableanaptTfectllaaealBizM -

faro anything definite had beeu settled : lieutenant Then followed the paymaster Owing to the heavy sea the aim was none of whom exhibited any malfor. loss as before-for, you see, 1 had no nDUlLer of 50'>_ pe be obuiaei nude,for and them.auf
a wealthy philanthropist, named and two pthers, and the craw bad and it flew above the topmasts. nation.-[New York PUpatcb grandmother there."-[Iloeton Courier. Lisa a ooaip'ctdline of all other atjls aDd

WillUm n..ber. offered' to make the : had the brig to themselves. Before This action Ita rUed'UI all, and the .lli.lt'llrom.slltoct { 31 jLmerua cent, to 18 Tu dolUrt. IBM, appropnatw.ddmg latttfga '.'

due at hid own expense upon the ono going out of the harbor men were captain! had determined to' put the tiiTUff Her TI.... rtrrnxa BU wean cave ..a.ACTic anuivenwjr, aDd koUdity Pr.-',
No
condition that for a period of twenty sent to every vessel to show their raw bark on her course and try to rcn "I can wait for your answer," he r I An aged, clergyman met a man loudly well meacal without Box Oavttt.-Iu's*a. b)Sttttj Guaranteed Tone to Cbaog war

five year traffic should bo entirely backs and tell how they had been away, when there came a sudden and suggested timidly, "if you wish to declaiming against" foreign mia i0D4.I. and Cbet-i. Patua:el in 8vlUa-t and and in UC.
"AVhy. asked the objector. "doesn't the 8. General agents tot' Uon eart sad OHf
lunptmdcd on Sl11Ida.S-Lhll.t Is to say, wronged, and as the brig turned her awful explosion. For a moment I think it over. t I. Church look after the heathen at homer Boiler Organ St-od.ULUH for l'.ire-l.illl. .
between midnight Saturday and mU- head to sea she was cheered. The thought the clear heavens had been Thanks" she answered; "that Is a "\\'e do," ALl the clergyman quietly, Iree.v.d.014 :H.... n.ae. e.r.f.Iir Jt.-u.'...

might Sunday. The proposal wasaeoeuiett I sailor fully believes iu the old saying rent iu tw ain and every man of us was good idea. Call around-say-teu llt-llit and gala the man a tract..-{{Lo
I that turn about is fair r>Uy. Ire itd knocked about over the deck years from now.-Ilarper'a Burr.r I i !3 O.tLar

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TALKS. Whereas information having been filedin BRIEFS. The star of destiny Is, MreadJ SYSTEM
ALLIANCE: ALABAMA XH| SHANNON
( this office through legally constituted :: rising over die. Out of Mexico,

r r.......... authority that a sufficient number of in* ii" i V and thin road point to that Btar.t The, a OF, FtLtNO. RECBIPTS LBTTER,.6TC..Is IULLS tN, uSB i
Ions bawd been effected idea In its formation Is the carry
county organizai central
flEWS- OF THE ORDER' FROM. in the ftate of New 'Jersey to firm a* Newsy Notes ParagraphlcallyPresented. ing of the product of tho mineral region ILL OVER' THE'CIVILIZED WORLD I r

st ALL SECTIONS. ". State organization under the constitution bj the cheapest f powib'e! meani to meet ..AltOlVIIanttalt: comitwRjiD: to ad.afUN.vos '
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t.' sod laws bf the National Farmers' Alliance the swelling tide of commerce nod trade. 1 1t13 l1I'reT. '. ,

Sterns of Interest to Alliance and Industrial Union The Tuscaloosa Coal), Iron and Land at lido water. By the time this Mad cm ABSOLUTE! SECURITY QUICKEST, ntrr.Rr.Nct. y )

Therefore I, L. L. Polk by virtue of Company has been enjoined.bj Freidman be built, reciprocity, whichever l> rty be -, Fit! 83iiK31f CAlfi? ul tiPIS JSltSSCOriSi tt
men Everywhere.; authority Tested In me as President LoTetnsn bondholders preventing in ivvwer, will have beccmo the Rehire : la BM Icr :!In, tetra tt> act rw; !.:tsjium
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the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial deal with bl1ld' 'he policy of the government, and the Nica I to All:| togh a lnen wi- ctf'ei- at'tam. \
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'" parties proposing to untn.WAITK 'Iii'
.' A dispatch from Salina. Kas. Union, by the constitution of the Tuscaloosa Northern railroad to the coalfields ragua canal, with or without govcnrment I t F01.< CnHTLtTf 'IMTmM.ITrf AllntfTHKXK : "4 '
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saps'I'be same, do itsue this, toy official proclamation aid, will be well on its to comple :Ii'lMi "Am untaxed' a
way
and al'and coke A>i> ''' 1\ noon LaIa"r I
FarmersAlliance state eonvontion'Sstnrdy deteloping a .. .... .
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designating New Brunswick, tion. Imagination can no more conceiveof I rmso "* >ixrr. roe RmTii NB n". nrrn'a.' ra5a rscar
nterprise tributary to Tuwcaloosa.! ix. rra
'L elf officers morning completed tbe election New Jersey, as the place; and Thursday, ''t the greatness and glory that will come > o OFFICE SPECIALTY, MFG. CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y. 4, b / r1'tx.4xcr
by electing H. Bowman Burton Major) tlarrU state superintendent +
the12th"dU of November, 1891,.at 10o'clock to Alabama when her only seaport shall I
issnranco. commissioner, to have a, m., 'as the time, education has appointed Rev IV. O. be tike gateway between the commerceto ,:.1--are. Tnk. -,btt1a0ataiyat, atL tarar.--tat.: hintrrt--rattai! :: {.J

charge: of all business under the co-opera-. at which the legally and properly Curry, pastor of the Baptist( church at the south and to the north of her, thanit '
,J.; tire system. After passing the customarycomplimentary accredited delegates 'of the Livingston, superintendent for Sumter did conceive the greatness and glory ,

y. ,: resolutions, the convention various county organizations aforesaid county, it being understood that Mr. i of Birmingham when her ton odersstoppedher
1, adjourned sine die. > shall assemble for the purpose of adopting Curry will withdraw his resignation re streets this side the hills now crowned 8 'A JD1 DBOF'

r'a a constitution and the election ofrffirers gently tendered and remain in Li ringston. with happj homes.REPARATION. .
The Indiana stale Farmers Alliance I for the said State organization. -- e

closed it* session Saturday by the elec I Each county organization) ,shall be entitled In the United States court at. Itnnti- DEMANDED

_i.: tion of delegates to the national oonven- to two delegates and: one additional tills, a few days ago, John W. Dibane -- '
lon in November, resolutions were delegate for every (00 members in the noted counterfeiter of Winston county Of Chile for the Harder of .Citizens of .AL7jKIN'De. .
adopted endorsing the Octala and St. good standing; or majority fraction Ala, was sentenced for five tearsin the United States. If

Louis platforms, demanding!abolition thereof. When the body thus constitutedshall the Ohio State penitentiary,'and Tboma* A cablegram from Santiago d.' Chile,. t
-1 of national bank issues of currency end have adopted a State constitutionand Taylor of Winston county, was sentenced says The United States government on BANK, VAULTS
j the issue of legal tender cotes: to be loaned elected officers in conformity to the to eighteen months at the same place Minister J: formally ,
Monday, through !gan,
: according to the subtreasury! plan'r ; constitution the National Farmers' Allisnce for illicit distilling. demanded reparation from the

.; demanding the abolition of free'railroad ,and Industrial Union, and shall J. TI. Marion sometime age made A meet of Chile for the attack rece&tlv govern. VA L DOORS,
: passes; denouncing the 'lalt legislature have dopted the secret work of tbe Or. contract with the m., r-anllocou-ncl\ made in Valparaiso urfon a number, of ,
: for ignoring the demands j of confederated der,' the said State organization shall be Anniston to asiOM escaped taxes for the seamen of the United State! cruiser Bal :

labor; demanding')national add state, entitled to a charter from the National years of 1839, 1889, 1800 and 1801. lIe timore. The demand is no informal !suggestion STEEL RAIL AND CELL ,WORKS .
legislation to prohibit the 'manufacture Former Alliance and Industrial Union, has completed work, and in his report that the government at Washington ,
and sale of liquors and demanding equa and to all rights and privileges appertaining states tbat he has assessed lrol'rt1amounting ) expects some kind of satisfaction for

fights for women. thereto. / to considerably over 1,000,' the killing and wounding of ,the Haitimo \- OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION.
Given under my hand and seal at 000 which has taxation .
is "
escaped : during re's soldiers; it a friendly-put notification

The Southern Mercury'(Dallas, TeL) Washington October 1891., D. C:, _this L.L., the 10th PontPresident' day of this period. : given according to direct orders 211 exX"DiE, : -A. exm': 's 2P TOn ti N :x; lEE ai .::0, H
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says The retail merchants, lawyers, Bushnell& Dushnell, well known real I received from the state department at
s doctors and other necessary professionsare National Farmer Allianceand estate dealers at St. Paul, Minn.? railed Washington, that the United States demands all kinds of 'Fire and Burglar Proof Work. .
Industrial :
beginning all over Texas to align Union- Wednesday. The firm's statement shows an immediate explanation of the : ..
themselves on the side of the Alliance liabilities .:; to and bleta whole affair and reparation for injuries i
Ting $ 0,000 $500,000 .
demands. The pinch fer money, not. A WA8TB OF AND liP ACL f" O,000 to $000,000. A small part of inflicted. DIET.OI.D SA.1 i'3 & LOCK. : COM: ,A. IV, Y> i
withstanding the. herculean efforts of the The National EtQlIomNt editorially:
say the liabilities, aro held by St. Paul Acting sent to
farmers, mechanics and all other wage- There are even now a number of, good bankers, the larger creditors all l being in him from Washington Mr. Egan presented H. ,
W. ,
earners to obtain money with which to people waiting time and ,valuable newspaper I the east. The failure,grows out of,two the Chilean junta with detailed BUTLER
meet their obligations, is having its natural space in an endeavor to devise I 19,000 judgments.. account of the investigation made by ,

effect upon those who associate and some financial scheme to supplant the I. Two railroads 'lh Captain Schtey, of the Baltimore, and by 'LORIDA AGI NT: r
already coancc
deal directly with the wealth producers., sub-treasury plan. While these effortsare Mr. Egan himself. These investigations

These people are beginning to realize no'doubt honest(hey have so far been mineral district with :Mobile. Keithel had shown that Charles Rlggan; one of 3D .A. TJ OST El ST' :mm: rr '
that it is an utter impossibility for the futile. The people have decided to push touches the heart of the coal fields. Both the Baltimore's officers .was brutally 70
petty ,
producers of all wealth to pay what they the sub-treasury plan to final conclusion are high grade and cannot, by their very; assaulted by aeveral Chileans while he (HEAH: BXOADWAT)
t owe. to say nothing about a cash business and will admit of no side track Sixteen construction, carry freight at the, rates was riding on a''street car, Rlggan re.
; hence they are falling into line, State Alliances have declared for the sub demanded by the times in which :.we live. .slated, but was dragged from the car and r t
knowing that in saving the farmers from and their action will 'be This new road with a grade of less than New York
treasury plan., murdered by a pistol shot, in the arms of City.'
_ tenantry they are saving themselves from followed by all the others. There are forty feet, will carry two cars to their his companion. Turnboll, another of theDaltlmore'l ; ,
one and minimize the COlt.I .
bankruptcy. fully teven hundred papers advocating wounded men, died from his III 1i4da4g91-> u.. ::: .
..
4a
sea the plan vigorously and intelligently that I Dr. J. :JL 1I111S0n'-bancaliDelaaedltor! injuries. He received no lets than r -'-"-" t

At* the recent session of the Florida' cannot be taken from this position. In I. of tho Alabama CftrMian AJctocatt'nuH eighteen shot wounds in the back' two'
State Alliance Convention the following .view of the force which, tho organizationalmost will return to his old field of labor in the of them penetrating his lung.; 'art E *r. nMkkhMT ap o4alty this season of What ;'7'
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resolutions were adopted on reeommenI' as 4 unit presents in favor of this South Alabama conference! The pulUhIng After giving a full list of the bAltl. w. oat our pARAGON HARNESS. / &

dation of the committee on transporta. plan, suplomeuted by the power of Committee: has selected' to succeed more's crow who were: injured ,by the Made of the FINEST STOCK and the vary ''
lion: aggressive press, it seems folly to him, Dr. J. W, Newman, who is now mob, Mr. Egnn's statement called attention BEST ; / 1 '
Resolved, first, That we approve of waste, time and energy in an attemptto pastor of the First! :Methodist church atnniston. to the fact that thirty-five of tho WORKMANSHIP. Such i harness'f : h
the inter-State Commerce Commission introduce at tbe present time individual He will assume charge after cruiser's crew were, on 'the day of the cannot be bought for leas than $..25t7'"' ,-

because it offers the only' means of relief theories' Tho difficulty which waits the mieting of the North Alabama con. riots, arrested, unnecessary violence I at .r. .II.) ,But we are willing.. ..:

for just t and equitable transportation i upon want of continuity of purpose on ference at Decatur in December, being used by the police; and that they In order to Introduce I It, to fh' ,,,;0
rates'on our products grown and shipped the part of many earnest.',reformers lead Calhoun county will be out of debt were detained In custody Without! due SELL ONE SET ONLY o.... ., 'J
i ,at non-competitive pdinfW! to a con tin us t desira'for somothinq new when the taxes for 1891 shall have been cause. In conclusion Mr. Egan said that ,. ** D a'aampieto.
Second, That we ,call upon our memo and noveLs In many cases a desire Jfor collected. This is a great showing, for, surgeons of the United Stales warships to one perion art a'p. ,.gOat.. t's.J.
hen of Congress to sustain Jhe hands of personal notoriety: induces others to in addition to an indebtedness caused by expressed the opinion that some of the ... !P'- :.':\'>.'" .-00::,1.. .,.Io.. '" ..i...\ .....

I'I'a tbe Commission by' pnsslng 'such addi- strive to bring out some plan to which building handsome 'court house a> lewye.n wounds inflicted upon the' American' '$16 Ira .' -' V"...- /i: &. &*< .'.':>1''''',\_ tt' ..
,a tio legislation will their names may be attached and thereby two at .. e f'SS ,
is give them the ago, splendid Jail, (tone] sailors were bayonet wounds and that .o< "W'' .
authority to require transportation lines heralded throughout the country There Jacksonville and one at Anniston have this clearly showd that the police officers f? P: ; : mk
to make through rates on products going are others, however,who are seeking for been built this year at a cost of 120000. of Valparaiso who are armed with bato- i.Y < tits o y .+ eP'er' .

out of our State into another., Also, to something better, with an honest pur The; present rate" of taxation is only 40 nets, took part In the "attack. :the : & '' .
use all effort. to so amend tho constitntionjand pose of Improving the conditions which. Cents on the dbl1ar.'for county purposes. Americans ,here without .arms and ,prao- "bi't. i
jaws of the Voiced Stags as toirlvA have fallen.upon the people.These dlf.ferent This will. be considerably lowered next tioally der en5010l.. l .! ."" '
greater dignity and ,reflect ,to the classes A.te' bad full iay duringthe year : Egan also particularly called attention .'f. & & w ,

decisions of the Commission .b, making put year and the result..Jmbeen' ,f! &fcatradtf'bf ihiMrWUliaml Jl, Duncan -, to the Additional brutality of the police ofValparalo I ; '. ( ::f 'ff'; *

them final and.not! ''fbjec'jevjalolL by, ,to solidify more securelythe .$ of Nashville, Tenn., have be.come in using horses to drag, ,the ; r -;:. '....; ;vp: .'
Alliance 1
other I tho-iab-trcoiury "
1
courts. plan, '
upon purchasers Americans to .
-. : and.make the people more earnest i in their and owners of the,phef-1 prison ..4" .. >>p ;;W. .
Land for
I field Company the consideration narAaATiONDar/ANDsD, .
.
demand I
,The Midland Journal '(Kising Bun for, its adoption. In..every instance Of the 'of the .. ..f "
where a substitute has been offeredit $1,133,000, \ capital stock\ After making a brief but pointed, summary -/ :..
Mo.) Those who readjsewspapersrand ..
; .
says .
persons company being $1,000,000-continues to ,
of which he had "
has been rejected, and no one baa sue'cceded facts to been in- n
quit. a number t are in ,, attract .attention. This will tend tc strutted to call attention.' Minister '
the lest
,supposed to do frequently see me.n- making Impressionon break tie financial depression which has Egan LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES.:
the order in favor of any other plan.Having informed the repreteutattve. of the junta .
tion made of Alliance tickets Alliance in
that of
prevailed section the state for
stood the test so long and having that, In the name of the, United States
parties Alliance candidates, etc. All a backing' which no other reform the fast: twelve months. It Is ascertain he demanded reparation for the Insults, 10. f, Solid Tires; STRICTLY No. S C, ladlas' Cu lOl,TinS;
such statement are groundless. Tbe ed upon'' reliable authority that the demands and of. IR 5.00 HIGH GRADE. ,tu.oo .-
in this had it injuries complained
measure ever
Alliance is not a political makes country for the Stock of the Us. Z Celhlee.
party seems unfortunate that all reformers cannot new companyare :Mr. Egan: in presenting Chilean; junta Tire 4 oanrtlbfo'Sonl '"
nominations has
ticket Bias '
never a or greater than the late purchasers are ,
Alliance with statement of the assault
unite with the and push thia\ on the '
candidates. The Alliance is an order to All that has :.ono
this to its finlal adoption, Plain willing place. been offered American .sailors expressed: in distinct "e
measure
Ho. 3 Udlej1 Solid Tires
that
imparts investigates instruction political on political questions economic and duty to a distressed and discouraged taken.to the. southern market has been terms tbe: feeling of great !indignationwhich / f..oo, .0' 4, C!,. Cashlaa ]L'Js. .

affairs. Members of Deoole seems to dictate such a course. the state department at Waihlog- OUR oi.oo.
all political parties Laney is on the Alabama Mineral 1 rail ton Scots at the whole affair, and '
make up the order, and the only influence roadbetween Uadsden and poke CflsliiOu Tires, No better
it exerts I. through the informationit THE 'CREDITORS Annlston.and dally a.tbe brutal conddct of the ,
twenty miles from Piedmont. It is a flour In
and -- of Valparaiso joining with the mob in .
secures imparts to its members on '
political governmental subjects. Of Moses Bros., at Montgomery, Ala.. iBhing.villageMTS tho Piedmont Jnjuirrr, the latter'a attack upon the Baltimore'sseamen Warranted rnaQ.hl"o"7 aaal ,
or To with saw mills, dry kilos, planing mills in --=
and their
,
drawing bayonetsand .
impart reliable information on theulubjectll. Will Start Bank of their Own.A ALL TARTS any prrcor.InterchanfC
and other busness. It is th'
work of )lr. using them against the unarmed
is very dangerous to the present )Montgomery dispatch of Monday
John O Laney, who located his saw null A..mer1'anl
11 political parties, and this Is wherein the says: At last the creditors of the late there some five years ago, and has built I :.. ,____ DIAMOND Bicycle CiWogd"fm; '
offense of tbe Alliance lies. Those bank of Moses Bros., think they see their up the town around htm. For his own LOTTERY HEN INDICTED. able. "
whose deeds are evil fear the light. clear. A chattel has been secured
way ,
Mr. has .
use, Laney constructed railroad .
Hence the hubbub raised against the Alliance. .; ends trust company, to be known as the seven miles in. length In the a direction $85.00 :\ '!.I'"i...., .>:i 'M;:, ;;... -.;" ,$85.00
They Will Appear Before 'the Court of
..
Fidelity Trust Company, is to be formedat
of Piedmont and heading to a connection .TOIIN: I*. LOV,1 LL AJ r
Dakota.A CO.
-' .% once. The books of subscriptions have with the East Tendesaee.. Virginia oath} ,
oJ'ncuL HOTICK. been opened. For several week. the and Georgia and the East and West dicpatch from Sioux: Falls South MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON, MASS

The Executive Committee of the-Confederation committee has been holding conferences railroads. This road is well Dakota, says: At noon Friday the grand trot ui tnt I li fesiH in w lap flrt( iKutniil UUJ"-I' <(hm HIii, fjn,.tn,CwljD( Cub tt lU ViaJi,nw"

of Industrial Organizations, with the Moses Bros., trying to agree graded and laid with steel rails. Semi jury returned eighteen indlcinents againstthe '
.
upon the details of the trust officers a<>4 directors of ihu Louisiana ---- --- ----- '. .. .
company months --- "
i la hereby called to meet in the city of Indianopolis ago he saw the importance( of '1'
Indiana, on the 18th day of but failing'at a meeting held Friday to him and to the town of Lauey of( lottery. file evidence was all laid before
November, 1891, for the of deciding night, the committee agreed,to-dissgree pushing this road to Piedmont the jury in the' form 'Of affidavits and
purpose Aver easy
upon the basis of representation to with Motes Bros and the present company grades and through large bodies of fiat kept with the utmost secrecy The department a
is to be organized by the creditors, at Washington brougbt'the 1 :1
the great labor conference to be beld on Umber lands and iron ore beds )Jr.
the 22d day.of.February, 1809 and also independent of Moses Bros. The creditorf Laney bad Interested eastern capitalists charges: before this court for the reason : 1
} to consider requests.for change<< of the ,availing themselves of the latitude in his enterprises, and a new company that their effort in other' states before tbe
place of said meeting to some other city given them under the' late decree of will be formed with It capital\ of $1,000-, United Sta'es marshal and his deputies! '' '" j
than Washington; D. (X By the terms Chancellor Foster in this case, which 000 to develop the town of Laney and left fur New Orleans M arrest the president WANT AJ.AO' tf?
cf the law of the organization the chairman empowers the assignees to, sell all the extend the Laney road to Piedmont. It ;vice piesident, secretary, treasurer '
of the executive committee of every asset at public sate, ,to be bid In by the is reported that tile road will be pushed and dIrector. of the lottery company. W. rare wagon. buggies, fumyi.. High enact, as BgW I '

organization o( producers willing to co creditors: and paid for in claims, propoee through to Piedmont at once, 'This a The grand jury reporteU eleven separate Itr'I'ra'te. sfe iI. aa bMuW lr! \,Mahsd at tnudernimiimauTaefaaM "
operate in securing the Ocala demands is into to force the sale, bay the assets and go big thing fur Piedmont on account"of indictment, each giving elgbteso ,. frounef. Bulk on 'bugs' by ...m'vI Ilk I i

a member of this Executive Committee, a trust- company... the additional direct connection to be counts against the.officers of the J als- eaperlence. HoMotjr .fe eniHpollfyi pKnmpt thtpnvot t
and is entitled to act u such at this meet established with the great, Louisville and lana lottery. Among the lists are Oenml > our
may, Wt
A MONSTER PETITIONTo Ueauregard, p.ul Conrad want ta know rtl /. Write wt Costs '
president
,
lag. Each member of this committee Is Nashville sy.tem at Laney. you ,
and notblnj. May !bad to business ,
requested to report to the Alliance Committee U..4 rr Dtalb. Joseph Homer, secretary. Tin I by and by. 3rr.f: for w
be Sent to the Czar la indictments for the transmission! ataJocue. It..U free to ,
are
of Arrangements by 10 o'clock a. Eegard to the The New York and Gulf steamship of terry reader aUils t VAJ"f, Ring. I
m., on November 10. Siberian Famine.A line has been organized in New York, I the lottery' advertisements through the tgmkn Wagon'Co., Blnehimtrjti: N, Y. '
Bra TCKBXXL, New York dispatch: asys:. A petition aad( -two steamers line been bartered tu' nails Uw which Is a violation of the lottery
President c.. of L 0 signed: by over one hundred thousand run betweoo New York sad Mobiles The paused last winter.. by conrrets. FOR BUSIN
r.- American cititebs wilt be presented to Teasels will make fortaiabtlr trios, carrv- --
CO-OrB4TlVR STOEJEi IS KEJl'ft1C1T.The the czar of Russia at the international lag cotton out sad bringing in general THE STABLES BURNED. -.---- = SS.r'I

national Union Company, of the peace convention which meets in Rome, merchandise. The line has the active cooperation 1.
New York Co-operative wbich grew out Italy next month. It is In regard to the of the Mobile and Ohio railroad ln48e,faly.FUe Males Bo.led..Otliel _

cf the farmer convention at Ocala, I'lL. present famine in Siberia. The petition although organized independently.The Damage. .
and received the approval of President will be presented by William O. McDowell new line will offer low rates prompt Fire broke out at midnight Tuesday,
Polk, has been established in Louisville of Newark, N. J., president of the service rod expects patronage not only in the ban of the K vans vlile, Ind., lUred
had Human Freedom League. President from Mobile, but from I interior si Car fanned }
Ky. The Fumera' Alliance already point Company, by a strong northwest
established business at Louisville and McDowell and Rev. Edward D. D., far south as Corinth fit is capitalized at breeze, and destroyed property to $65 OUR: SILVER QUEEN $65la
did last ye ir about seventy-five thousand of Boston were appointed u delegate $150,000 and the charters run for six the amount of 173,000. The flames destroyed
dollan'worth of trade. Options have to the coeveetioa in Moms All oatribntiona ,months. TJJs makes three steamship a bam filled with hay and other H poeelbla a fIraUclaea Buggy with 9fver-ptat.d Dash Rail 5 fat
been secured on thirty-five stores at received will be invested la this liaes for Mobile, namely, to Liverpool, feed. spread to the car shed when v Ball, Handlaa..Hub Bands, aad Shaft TJ e, for above! Jjrjefjtc. _

various points in the state and Vice country, in wheat rye, corn and other! to IXavaaa and New York. A fourth twenty-one new cars stood, aid 4s
President WU.IOD. of the,.national union, food supplies. These supplies will be line, to Central America. I. sou a to b. to the 'company" stables, contain
has transferred them to agent chosen by shipped to the sufferers by special ves established by Jfew York: parties Jag 100 mules. Sevenlvrfive burned to >.4).w 0 ,
ftnaitrs1 eonntv organizations as fast ataoaallde. sell President McDowell: will sail for A Uml Umlltfmi, death. A dozen dwelling sod several
Among other place where :Europe on the Sbth instant All contributions Vader the abov 'aplk a the Birming bttsUeaa houses within a radius of half a .. f t ,r ,
stores are to be established are Shelby. may be forwarded to Colonel bam JLo JJeroU says: "Out of the state mile took fire, bet mos\ were ssved. O C tfa + 0 0k

rflle, Taducah Uopkinsville. $;Bowling Ethan Allen. :No. US Broadway, New appropriation for the survey of a railroad Uesa'e butcher shop and seven dwelling K o tfI 7'Z.. Ct,, s
Green Ilarrodiburg, Bloomfleld and York. tnrougu the eoal fields, front Florence to wen destroyed. t.rto the Street Car z
West Point. The plan". to make Louls- JFIFTEEN .I Mobile, will come oae of the greatest dovslopux Company $d0,000itoUete.$10,000sad b.O

rile the distributing point to stores at DEAD 9 I. agencies:: ever inaugurated In to &cither $19,000.__ a u I '
every important town In the sfcite and I -. Alabama it will! cleave the stale from Ut1r.. urt", Z K
five the members of the alliance a rebate Aid Over Fifty Injured In Kaflreai cod to enJ, passing through: every spe .
'
pn goods purchased. A number of co. Wreck in France. cia of wealth, that the toil of Alabama I WlWsm T. Wb house>, wen know. (
operative stores have been doing business .,cablegram from Paris states that atlorIt will touch the Tennessee valley broker, of &ookly ,NY,a. a40tlllJ8M1t (C i lf
m the state for some time passenger train on the railway betweenLyoes split the tuntain forests and ore I Wednesday at the Clarendon hotel. lie b ?
8fS 'I
.
a. and Prenoble was derailed near beds, cut open the heart of the coal fields, was short of tbe market sad the ;
*i.W JCKSKT OS DECK. Anus, Uoaday.aad ran over an embank cross tae agricultural belt and sweep apiat LJa. lie was on Che prlCtIIweat floor V/rtta for our New 8O pa e.Catalogue of all kind or.V.h1Fla! *

,; Nsw Jersey will soon fall iato lice, as issvidenced meaL A number of carriages were kit through tile pine trees that border on the of the consolidated exchange dories the Address

'by the following official proclamation toped and fifteen persona wet killed gulL A great enterprise! fa purpose was saw how the market SOUTHERN BUGGY CO.
issued by President Polk t and fifty seriously injure it aatk'patea' the changing flow of eons- goiagrbe, west straight to the hold
acre sad Uade and vtlojpmqt. sad killed; himself CINCINNATI. OHIO U. $ A.

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'TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, NOV., 6, 1891. ,
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: President W. B. BAUHXTT : -
ADVOCATE. +- them they eould.not/to BO without loons as they exist at present. 'VV1111.aD1: !Utch,. JAMES PRITCHABD X. BBOVT f ,Cashier. Ylee-Presldentj;

-f THE EAST COAST : meeting many. .obstacles' for the This we have attempted to proveIn Dra.yma.n.. .'

.'11m... railway companies and steamboat 'a logical way. Wo do not claim Hauling done at reasonable rates. A INDIAN.RIi STATE BANK
*WBKtY JOOTUIAt r 1I1)IAllaru.YOTD TO TH AXDiaKI 1 1orjiKxr lines will undoubtedly Instruct that our logic i., perfect,'but we tends all departing, and meets all arrivIng ,
or tan WORTH IBCTIOKt. their law departments to carry the think 'Jt) may puzzle our friend to trains ,
matter to a higher tribunal. show where the combination failsto Order left with ,O. B. ,Rnmph or at (Incorporated nnder the Lawa'of tbe State of Florida.)
.... ( ADVOCATE GRAHAM W LA TON, Trofn. work. < attention. Authorized capital, $100,000
TH*: Supreme Court has heard
The Town Clerkship. S Paid up,capital $25,000
\ Avenue Titusvilli. argument on the mandamus case S j
Office; Washington -- NA..
Average deposlt3$140ooo
.
Indian River Florida. brought by the Governor of Flor. It is reported tM e morning that A. 1; NEWSPAPER I' ,|,

Ida, requiring his Secretary of Feaster has declined to allow his Dame

State to show cause'why he shouldnot to be used as a candidate for the office SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, ransacfs_ a Ge>icl r I lnankin!

rCBLISHED EVEnT FRIDAY. certify his appointment a of Clerk and' Treasurer under any clicumstancos. The Pioneer Agency.

United States Senator. The decision ., WheQ the paragraph which For terms and sample copies addressC. Bnslnessl', '

-' 4}f, riatsred fst .- ,of our highest tribunal 1 appears, 4n another column of this page H. NAUMAN, (

the Tltnuville rontofflee: ai Becon. waited for impatiently by the press was written, we had what was suj TrrusvlLLK, Brevard county, Fla. Largest and Oldest Bait (jn the Rim
Class Mall Matter. ,
and people of the State. It Is
posed 16 be reliable information that the

J possible their curiosity may be gentleman named was,eager,to,enter the JTnoa McAllister DIRECTORS f. ;
.hl. W.B.
PRrI'cHAltD.
lldltor.n...qut.n.Ir11 WtTBB S. OllAHAIAwelateEditor satisfied in the near future, but, U contest. It is now asserted that Robert of the National Bank of BAmcrrPrMlilent JtcknonvlUe, j.uDCTKKKB
we are to Judge by' the of (VI -l'reIoldenatlOl1al Bank of
progress
A Managef.C. H.WAMOI Ranson will make'the attempt to defeat !, Contractor for Jacksonville), W. B. UIU.ILand, W. 1s.
the SupremeCourt in the past In Archibald. A wise man will walt until t Baown. -

rendering its decisions, it will be next year to gratify his ambition, Inthll: Artesian Wells Seaboard National CORBESPOKDKNTS.Bank of New York and
TERMS Invariably la AdvMiee many months before they will line' Many of thooe who opposed Archibald f ; d National Bank of Jacksonville/ 20TI'.vUSVILLE

Check. Postal Order or One and Two Cent hand down their opinion. It will at the 'la t, election will vote for f f 2 1 A :'
By, t Eau Gallic Fla,
Postage stamps.OM be remembered that when an inJunction for him this time on the ground that be .

..... .... ... ......1.110 was obtained by the Indian ,
Tears f1. M. .'.......v.....'....... was fairly elected and la entitled to the
)lontit'a,.,.......... .. .1.00 RUE P ELY
Ills Months,.....;............;.. ........*. aka River Steamboat Companylast office 1: '
Btegle Three Copy,.............<...........;....ia.... 150 winter restraining the Eas T.
'Mot to any Address In V. So'or Canada Prepaid. Coast Transportation Companyfrom EiplanStory.Cocoi REAL ACCIDENT ESTATE, 'FIRE INSURANCE., LIFE AND MURPHY .

landing at;the railroad dock, -.- ,
Notary Public for the State at Large.
ADVERTISING BATES the case was dismissed by the Circuit Fla.,Oct." 26, 1891. Full Information. to Government and State
FKR YBAB. Court and the injunction die. Eat'Coast Advocate: ". land*. MELBOURNE. FLA.. ,' Jacksonville Machine

One Inch,........1..........,...$10.00' solved, but was then appealed to Will you please publish the'following ,
........... ........ '
Two Inch, "vU'SS which ell
explains that there
Three Inch...........!..1....i...I SO-M the Supreme Court by the attorneys except T. w. Rogert;
Four tacb.......<.....tp...r.... W.W of the Indian River Steam were only eight of the Association who ,
Fire Inch or QnarMr oL.i *JS worked and received and DEALER IN CLOTHING, And Iron'Works.
Half Column......56.00 boat Company. The case way advanced compensation, %
Colnmn,.,.... ....100.00tot three-fourths df the ; .
Whole .1..t. on the docket and given an 'as we represent Gents. FurnIshing Goods, Shoes, Hats, 'M '
BIT Xeothi,dlride.|be'yearly rate by two immediate bearing. This occurred whole, it ought to put a'atop to"the.jnr' Trunks Yallses

..-addle per cent. last March, and while the officer II'therprrsutentelreulatlon of 'Ihelr slai. Caps, Umbrellas FINE CIGARS Eta, ,t PVMPSJ'' ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF' ALL KINDS
b, der the subscribers ,
For Three Month, divide the yearly rate of the concern,who were so wroag- upon ;
f.na dsldd40percentLoe.4 fully and 'seriously injured by the WHEREAS, Reports are In circulation The only house In town making a specialty '
of Gents..Furnishing Goods. Made 'Repaired.
that certain members of the Cocoa Beach
Advertisements, Ten Cents Per (Joe injunction they sought to; have Drop In and examine my'Stock, and
BMh Insertion. dissolved, have waited ever since Association, who' went, and helped fur compare prices. (Cash customers com
laid Beading Matter, not In "Local Kewi'Qtmnns. % '" from day to day;and may,'as far ai vey'and clear the lands of aald AssocI:.. mand every consideration. competitor CENTRIFUGAL, PUMPS, PIPING &: SUCTION,

a .Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. I they are able to'judge at'present, lion charged the -Aeaoclition $3.00 per claim to confer.

legal Advertisements at Legal Bates.A I have to wait at least a year longer day for their labor, when,such''labor Call when, convenient. First door- For Phospb.a't: : rodging.: :

edition The result of this delay' and discrimination could have been had for $L60 per day; south of ADVOCATE office.
the above rates are for OM per
..Ilk.g-. bar been such that il I 'Now therefore, we, undersigned, OFFICE A WORKS:'
is the time the Supreme members of said :Association, and also of i
probable by :
& GRAY
Merchant and all other to whom we arMabted DIXON ; '
will oblige us by presenting their bill Court is ready to do Justicein those who ,did the work,do hereby declare Dealenu 134 & 136, ,East Bay Street,, Jacksonville, Flue

MIa lit of every month for prompt settlementOr the matter, it may be too late to that such report' Is untrue; and Chemicals )jun. mo r ,
othcrwtee be t of benefit to the ''Injured com. that we did charge only $1.60 per day Drugs, Perfumery Me

.greed BUI upon.collected. monthly,If not pany. and board ourselves, and that laid Articles,'Fine Soaps Stationery, E. G. BLAIR. D.,n. THRASHER..

(?..echotop may be made payable to "Oraban charge was changed at a meeting of the JEWELRY,
I 1 A'Walton:" PROHIBITION SALOON. Association, and we were allowed $1.00 SPECTACLES &: Blair & Thrasher

per, day and the Association paid our SEWING'lIACnIN1.S.Guns ,
An article appeared In'our last board. J. A. BLAUTLT.O. Pistols, Sewing Machines and
,Addr.all communication to sft'ue under the signature of Rev. K. WOOD, Jewry Repaired. Watches, Clock PRODUCE BROKERS

PAST COAST ADVOCATE, 0. S., Bird, which attempted! to C. HAMMOND, and a Specialty.School .
'
,
A. Z. DIXOK;; Books''gnd School Supplies.
TuvImLS;; J'Loamh prove by logic that the licensed A. 8. Drxoir," Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices

Ate Ron,U. saloons of Tltuevfe'were more demoralizing I certify that I do not remember prey for, Newspapers,Book, Magazines, etc. Commission .&Distributing! :Merchants>
in the effects upon the Prescriptions carefully compounded at
cllel wfiat" we ,charged,.but I am certarn

Farmer'-Alliance." saloons community while, than prohibition the unlicensed was in I,never wax a party to charge< $3.01 any time, day or night, 1,53JWEST BAY, STREET, JACKSONVILLE, ,.FLA; ,

TltugYllle Lodge of the Farmers, alliance Force. 'We wish to'take the reverend per day to my friends board.for a man-"that'i ;I C. J.: HECTOR _P. O.:Box.ffil.; '
meets regularly on :the first and his only paid $1.00.and : ,
third Saturdays of each month*, the gentleman upon own 'T. K. DIXON.
: '
Court House: Visiting member' ,of, the ground .and :explain wherein theunlicensed Dealer: In General ORANGES .AND PINEAPPLES'A

order are Invited to attend.' saloon'was" more': demoralizing 'The!Town Election. : .c1erob.an: : : disse ; SPECIALTY. "'

F. A.,1. 'I saloon as it'in exists its to.da1 effects: : than' ',the, .U,Coat Adtoealtt-- 'Mellfogrytf'F1at '. -. Consignments' 01111 tlnds'of F lts,,Vegetables. tad.Produce Solicited.! "'. '.?* ,

;. ',' Let us take logic{ "(I) lawful 'DEAR 8iM"-Feeling that you might .. '' '_ "LIBERAL": : ADVANCES'M4DE., PROMPT RETURNS. ,
Indian River Lodge, No. 00. Free and act is less demoralizing In its ,ejects have some delicacy In crtticUinK the con Shoes ,leferenoei:'National Bank of the State'Of Florida; W.'IL Sharp, Sharpest LT. V.
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings than'a criminal =we haveno duct of the Board of,Aldermenlas Hoa Hats, ; GlotliingDry'Goods Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc.. ,;Ujun
on the FBJDAT on or before' Full'Moon, I lay, I thought it might not be out of
IIC 720 p. m., in Maaonto Hall, In the In- doubt Mr.; Bird. will agree to place to express my own views as a cIU Just Arrived, plendld Goods. THmTOPICAI.
'ra.UNKLIN
dian'Biver State Bank building, TltuavUle. his proposition tea and observer of the action as It oomrred. OILS PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD :
,
U) This license' sale, of liquor is I understand that,D. A. .Gaul ,
ViaiUng brethren are cordially: invited. lawful act its illegal sale is a den, Esq., was requested by the Council' DRUGS, GROCERIES, ,GRAINOf Jacksonville,.Tampa $ Key WesiJSystem. .
to attend a or at least by one or more pf the mem- all kinds; and in fact a full line of
WALTIB GRAHAM,W. M. crime, tars, to be present and advise the Board, everything. Call and examine. '
Trains lean Jtck on llle,vU J.,T.A K.W.8 M a.m.. daily except Sunday U 05 dally
JOSEPH U-NDiix, Secret, (3) And in conclusion, the 11- and from the array of books with 'Which two,p.m.dally except Sunday. Arrive e-JO..m..12:11II P.JJL.:10 p.m.
sensed sale Is less demoralizing 10 was armed and the clear and abU Train lean Jacltaonvllle,via East Coast Une 1 00 ., daily 1 4M: p.m.. Bandar only iTralni
W.N.H'ENDRY I XWpm..dally except Sunday. Arrive 1160 a.m.,5:40pjiir
manner In which he expressed himself,, "
than the illegal sale. tear Tftnvrill,north bound,000 a.m.,daily] except Suncb,., .
It was quite evident that he came prepared Train*arrrre TltoaTllle,south bound 68 pjiu,daily exoept Sunday
BOTH political parties are jubl- It was a minister and, if we duty.: ,The views e* ,_ Dealer In
!ant over the result of the election, were correctly informed, Bro. Bird byot Chairman of the Boardto Indian River Steamboat Co. .
''but to the careful calculator and himself, ,who asserted that the dan. the effect that the Council could not General Merchandise ; ,
outside STEAMERS Leave TltniTllIe at 8:00 _. m. Daily, and
continue to be swayed in future by except way
observer we see no ground for profuse ces of the Seminole Club'were uidlngi; and at IIODdar-1 Wednewlayi -.makln/conneoUonator Jupiter
advice petitions or by legal opinions,, forth '
either Steamers doing bourne at 4:00 p. m. Bo Adoy,for .
: congratulations on more demoralizing in their effects waa to say the least not courteous to the DRY GOODS Leave alter S Tueadayt Thursdays and ,andrrouutge connections TltUlvWe.
band. New York went Democratic upon 'the community than all of gentleman who was present by: Invitation I'or lCheduJee., General ihowming Olftoee,time aI; ltatiODI DOC. abo'fe, ,rates,esc., rpp11 to localagents .
or
Cf But the great apostle Even admItting for the purpose of advising. I am well NOTIONS, JaokaonvUl.,1'I&
course. saloons. -
our whisky B. B. CABLE OmeraJ M.....r. O.TJ.ACKEBI.T,Gen.rw. .Act-
of the protective theory and fatherof that the morals of the community aware usumed, Mr.by Editor the Chairman, that this la one position which STATIONERY:, W.L CRAWFORD Sapt.East Coast u.... SG Aa..u...

MeKlnleyism remains serene are worse than a few years you have occupied ;yourself on former -
and will be next Governor of Ohio. ago, we must construe the language occasions; notAbly -on the railroad qUM- Choice Groceries, .

of the reverend gentleman to ion, but on all former questions the. :MIMS, Ia.Drugs .- JUST RECEIVED Pine & LumberOF
Cypress
dl
W: understand that J. W. Hog. prove that.the dances of the Seminole rplnlon vIded and of .you the "legal were fraternity quite,correct was In ;

erg has withdrawn from the con. Club are to blame for this taking the position that many matters ALL KINDS

test for the office of Clerk and condition of affairs., not the 11. coming before the Board should be set AT 1 ROUGH OR PRESSED.:
Treasurer, and that Arthur T. censing of saloons. Let us take tIed according to the best judgment of ,Patent, Medicines,
its members without regard to outside Lath Pineapple
will the field in another view of the matter Shingles Orange
Feaster enter op, logical nfluence; but In the matter of canvass- and Toilet Articles ,
position to Archibald. There are and admit that our morals are log the returns,of a municipal election, De&nt Perfumery F. C. Allan'sGEORGIANAJ &

many who believe the latter gen. worse than,two years ago. an event In which every voter In the Kept constantly on hand at : Vegetable Packages.
tleman was fairly elected to the ((1) The morals of this community town has a personal Interest, I think.
office and without reflecting are worse today than they the unanimous opinion of the legal fraentity It will pay partlea who o templato
upon should have had some weight In J. B. Screven'sDRUG FLA; to can
< building oa, or addrets us. Mill
the popularity of his opponent'ordisparaging were two years ago-thIs is Bro. guiding: their conduct, especially when at DeLeon Springs 'r *
his ability1, we' are Jird'a assertion. that opinion.. voiced by Meaar Jones STORE. Order promptly filled.Chandler H .
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confident there are enough fair. (3)) The Seminole Clubcame aDd Qanlden was contrary to their personal \ &
200 Handersi
DOZ.
Both of these gen-
preference Also the latest Periodicals
Newspapers,
, minded and Juitice-loytag people Into existence less than two years lemen contended that the vote of f:P. etc."MAGNOLIA.. ji P. 0., TttS PRDlGS, FLA.

in Titusville to place Mr. Archibald ago. Goldsmith should be counted and their \ J.L. Caper, Agent, JVopie,fla.
in the office' they believe he (3) ,The morals of this comm dews could not have been colored from -"IS->>

should occupy at this moment, and nity have grown worse after the personal motives, for if It had been JELLY GLASSES ,
the
'counted, It would haY, placed In .
to do it with a decisive majority. Seminole Club, and We might goon office of Treasurer and Clerk one whom '
and say, under the influence of hey: opposed at the pool JVr on RESTAURANT" THE *- ,
Tax: Interstate Commerce Com. better government, for.we certainly tuition* upon which the sentiment of EQUITABLE > ,

mission has made a ruling to the have improved in that matter over he people should be enforce aacertatned.ordl-.Ko Qaa been re-opened for the winter. 60 DOZ., I

effect that the advance of 10 cents two years ago, under the influence Dance town government or ruling can not supported any the ASSURANCE .

per box orange rates, made Nov. of mere churches, these elevatorsof sentiment of the community. They MASON'S : I
Sad 1890, by certain lines en. I morals have increased, and even nay attempt to do so and embroil the Patronage Solicited. SOCIETY I
gaged in transporting fruit from' under the influence and presence ., town In litigation, but their Immediate ,

Florida! was without Justification of Bro. Bird himself, whose ar. Ions successors measure.will hastily I would repeal be very the obnox-reluct- IMPROVEDJARS Of.the United states. r

and unreasonable to the extent of rival dates less than two ago. I cltUen W J TUCKER Prop'r. The
years .At to withhold my support aa a largttt; &tfc Lift Auur- I I
five cents per box: and the defend. Let UI take logic again. Crimi- the town goveromeat In any meaa- *
'I.nniet might looking to the welfare PINTS A QUARTS. once co. (n fits World.
ants are required to reduce it accordingly indi- pus ntusvllle, Florida. I
viduale. of the place and"would regret to feel ate ,
and make restitution i
to ailed upon to condemn or criticise any -
the parties entitled thereto.' This ful and demoralizing effect upon !conduct on its part knowing full well L.B.DEOKER He ImerieaB Casualty lasuuce and i

ruling is In favor, of orange grow. the coummunlty. I that It will be Impossible to find men Send in orders at '
once.
ers, but we doubt if hey will 'ever The illegal sale of liquor; two I.who verybody.will be-able But there to give can aatkfaction be no improiriety to- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, your Security Co., '

receive any benefit from the decis years ago was criminal conduet la any citizen expressing his oplnjn Writes the Best Accident PoMdea. No-
ion., Even a shipper whoee crop and It was unpunished. Therefore I. when .In hit humble Judgment a Having had 48 years' experience In aUtranches Chaaberlaiix\i Eye and mm Initiation fee. Ko Annual Due. No-
was a thousand boxes-and the the illegal sale of liquor was ourse la taken by the Board which II of the building business will Ointment Aue-menta.
men who had that number are ex. moat demoralizing in its effect 1 ilalalj contrary to the sentiment of, ,'the attend to anything In his line of work, eert-bi care for Chroala Son E1et. .i

ctptions-could hardly afford to upon the community. people In a wand to the justice.course and equity taken; by 'the with promptness. Totter, Bah B&aoq Scald Head Oil .

pay a lawyer to collect the rebate It must be gathered from the I wordy ta meeting last Monday to a Q.UQu.unu Irookj Bores Fiver Bant, Easssis, F.. A.. 33u.ppord.: ..

due them, or to uadergo\he tedious above logical arguments that the disinterested and impartial observer, rrrusYiLLE: FLORIDA. FnlrU BcnULtt, Bon JlJppJ.tuame. I II MANAGER ORLANDO FLA.Apatfs .
delays and many annoyances that legal sale of liquor in Titusville was the action of a few pajtUana of at the- ) .. n..oooZ1Dc a.D4'c. I ,

they would be put to la securing I during the prohibition period was face lain candidates of the ,protest-of taken deliberately Uiaen-Jt.Jn Vocal UPKUJICZS; tt-dra-io: el sues hall besot eared by for TttutviUt; JZoieeB

payment; and even It they were more demoralizing in its effects bar aDd against the overwhelming aenti- Indian. hives Back. 4 Bobbins A Graham. li-ter-U otter tntMt had failo4 ,;.

inclined to travel thtroad before I upon the community than the ear; meat of tbocomott-ltr: OBOISTS' ," MOCUBOB4 nil pct up la ts sad M es_t Ocw.n JH_ :nt1ll \>' -t

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FRIDAY NOV. 6 1891. ;}, 6'. '
.' THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE; *, ,

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a E.o -'TG"ortli.' CROCKERY :AND FINE' CHINA, 'And as large a Line to be found in tJi]1*|S |& : pSAS ,


BEN ALL THE* YEAR ROUND.Bacial ; : \f" ,

: I. t 00Rs. ::S :ItirCS.: 3. .EC WARE :FAINTS: : Nt:> QII.: : .. :: '::1 .


Low Rats for Summer Guests.K jl: r11 BUDGE T.t 'II e FlalH : ,
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: J. G. IcDONEL, everything; the ',demands of I Its business The Bl-Chlorhle Treatment .for H ",B. OLMSTEAD \ I

aug3m> ,Proprietor.Real .' .render-necessary,'It equally apparent Drunkenness.Mr. INDIAN RIVER LUMBERIncorporated GO -, (

: that they have also itf bdthe ---' :VTho: Pioneer Dealer in J
J. W. Archibald of this city, while '
Estate Transfers. necessities and rights of the public and in the west last month made an investigation GENERAL MERCHANDISE Feb.' ,28 1891.. "

have' so drawn the ordinance that, its into the curing of drunkenness as ,

The'following transfers of real estate provisions will not operate to' the injury practiced by Dr. Leslie Keeley of Dwight,. R. itANSON Manager. *. )
era filed in the Clerk's 'office from Sept. of the A little care 111., and he Is fully convinced of its efficacy Eau Gallie. r .
public.
BthtoOot 20th, 1891.. The considerott orkdetdment lie saw old acquaintances who '.
in many cases I* merely nominal. In"these matters at this time may save had for years been addicted to strong I keep' In Stock a Choice variety of : TITUSVILLE, FLAi ,,

Alice Bums to J. .P. Turner, half lot the town endless annoyance and perhaps drink, who informed him that the bi GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .". .-> .,!. .. ., i !I..* ;* -: ,
mh Titusville, 135.: Jas ),(. 'Brown to C. In the to ', chloride of gold i treatment had made a K '
ETC
>. Blythe, $100, one-third interest In 85 litigation years come. complete and permanent cure in'their CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER' j'f' V ar

cres at Merritt. Josiah Jacomb to C. ''AS ORDINANCE cases. The charge at Dwight Is $23 per And will Sell as Low as the Lowest HARRISON, BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty. !aid losUnl'.. i

..Blythe, $100, one-third interest inBune. Granting At right o/way to JacltonriUe, week, and many who, are unable to pay Call and examine my, Stock. 18 qualities Color Cards and ptioes on application. :.'. ., .' '" '? r'Agency

W. A. Salisbury, $10, to C. O. Tampa & Key Wett Riilmay.SKCTIQN that are treated free of charge. tar the "Aermoul'th6. best 'Vind'EnfrTn. mail." .',
small at Merritt. J. F. of the above treatment .
lythe, parcel There Is an agency
robten to G. J. and George Gingras- 1. Be It ordained by the Town at Palatka, which Is treating pa HODGES & GODFREY --

bres north of Ankona,' $873.' 8. 8. Council of Titusvllle,A Florida West, that Rail the tients. Any man here who desires to be GEORGE F. DUREN1. ARTHUR, T. FEAST n.coeEJN' .
Jacksonville
White to M. C. .Salmon $1.000 eightferes Tampa ; Key relieved of the curse of strong drink can Manufacturers of
at Coqutna. L. J. Carlile'to Robt. way Company, its successors and assigns to Palatka and get it. However, : d FEJ tS .
be and it is hereby granted the go <:, SrI: : ]
,
(OITOW, $1, ten acres west of Titusvllle. trackor there are many who apparently don'twant Yellow Pine Lumber y
and its '
Btary A. Scrimgeour to H. A. Carlile, right.to construct operate the to be cured. THE OLb, RELIABLK, !'
tore building in Titusville $800. Jane tracks along and through street The discovery the greatest thing for

R. Brady to Richard Rocker, 8 acres In Titusvllle, known as DeLeon street, mankind ever found, and it will relieve ROUGH DBKB8KD: ,
the south line of OnuiC Boa Hmulii, MEA '
from Pine street to : 'MARKEP.:
Boar
LaGrange, $125.' Jos. Nicholson to many Of a burden 'and a disgrace which fruit A V.ptab1e Cratct. ;
addition to the
South in rights
street
>. A. Dickson, 22f acres Hartland, has plagued them for years. If the Lumber riellrtred at part of Indian Riser '
any also
Wo have selected stock ofC3rR.OO3mR.UIjS '.
ordinance and to,
hitherto carefully large
Thomas and wife to granted by It bill of cnnMmpUt
B5y E. Richards treatment will cure people in Illinois, on Uimiifth; Urting.; Anyone
K. at Eden )E.1 construct maintain and operate its log;bnllillnir;on the RaM Coast would do well to : : ,
Shnttook $
one acre: track tracks and across all streets will do it in Florida, and we hope some writ for prlc .. Tbeaawmnll.situatedontheJ. f
or on
aggie Johnson to John R. Lyman $ of those'here who have often ex .I
.
the said DeLeon so .T.A K.W.ny.I mllei south of Palatka And In
said town which of
In season a
t at :East Melbourne. Walter K. Sco-' pressed a desire for relief from the thirst cco,E. 8tUlDltlltauOalUe.Eugene; carry variety
old Frances M. $4 two street may and does intersect This ringentet Fresh U.1ts etc
to Powell!! acres of strong drink will now avail themselves etno.pd Vegetea'bies
granted so long as the tracks ,
Bi North Cocoa. Annie K. Hogg to InHan right .
of this offer. Jacksonville Afctrvpvlit Satsuma Fla.
Bights,P.utnam co.,
River Lumber Co,, lot In Titusville.aeger shall be used for railroad purposes; but, .Socwmio % $;,.CREAMERY BUTTER, on Ice, a specialty. I ,

Bros to Emma M.'Taylor, $1,000, it Is expressly provided that said tracks An honest Swede tells his story In 'A full line oC best brands of CANNEDGOODS..
n acres Ankona. Cv J. Hector to J. shall be so constructed as to leave at plain but unmistakable language for the .
ORLANDO NURSERY
Rr. Y. Stelfox, seventeen acres at.EMtelbo'arne least fifteen feet In width on each side of benefit of the public. "One of my children Orders delivered at private residences, and at steamboat landings and railway

$1,030.80. E. HV Rice to E. said tracks between 'the same 'and the took a severe cold and got the depo Meat department opens on Sundays from 0. to 8 o'clock.. \ v "

Jennings; $300, lot in Tltusvllle. Jno. abutting lots for unobstructed use by croup. I. gave her a teaspoonful ofChamberlain's : JAS. MO TT, prop'r, : ; ifvl

KcAlister to Edgar G. Vivell, $4,000 one the public,Ju a roadway or highway. Cough Remedy, and In :.ORLANDO, FLA. W.,,J. HILL, n., M. pArVoRTn. .,. ,rw. ?
Sic. IL Said Railway U to
Hundred and fourteen acres on Pen,nsu- Company five minutes later I gave her one more. : ':
Gallie.1 Annie K. make said track or tracks as nearly as this time she had to cough the ,
Eau By
r opposite Hogg up
Up Mills O. Cottrell lot in Tttusville, possible a surface track ,or tracks, and gathering In her throat. Then she went Orange Trees, '''.,,j. HILL & GO. <;i;:{ > '

Hi 10. John Tompkins to Mary M. shall not borrow material from the street to sleep and slept good for fifteen min- Lemon Trees : ,. :

'ompkliu, one acre In North Cocoa, to grade said tracks, but shall procureall utes. Then 'she.got up and vomited; Grape Fruit Trees, ESTABLISHED 1873, pr': I '

l,600. Cocoa'Beach Improvement AsBtttiatloa necessary material from other source then she went back to bed and slept Catley Guavas. .'
/ee'
b ,'
to A. Z. Dixon, $1,600, lot at than from the public highways.; good for the remainder of the night. 'Tahiti Limes LeConte and Keifer SANFOa.n: .Iy I15LtA. r
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Sea III. Said Railway Company shall ,
Bocoa Beach. William Gore to Thomas She got the croup the second night andI 1
.
Pears Peach and Persimmon, Trees '
in and maintain at ,;
crossings
>' Brltt, $30, two acres on St. Lucie put proper gave her the same remedy with the n. v '
liver. Robert. Morrow to s. A. Bravo; all the Intersections of DeLeon street same good results. I write this because Niagara Grape Vlnel, THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR ?

en acres near Mims.f4OO. James II. with all travelled streets. I thought there might be some one In the ;
wen to R. B;Stewart,. $800.. ten acres SBC. IVk This grant or franchise Is same need and not know'the true merits TT. IjtuA.. In '. General Line of Nursery Hardware, stoves, doors, .- t

Bt Brantley. Holmes Bros and .A. A. made upon' the express condition that of this wonderful medicine." CHARLES \ Btock. tsugftmo Sash blinds leads '. : "

aylor to Warren J. I ves,,$828 about' Railway Company shall fill in all holes A. TIIOKPBEBX: Des Moines, Iowa. 60 paints, ,, ,-:;.p. '

me. acres in North,.Cocoa. SpencerBronson and depressions heretofore made by cent bottles for sale by Dixon A Gray e Oils brlckJime cement ;). .. ',r; ':
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to'A. D.:Baldwin, twelve acres said Company on said 'street north, of : :

BoutbRockledge, $1,000. David P. Pine street .within three month from Headquarter* of Indian River TO WHOM CONCERNED Iron, lead, sewer & fire.:.clay pipes,'

ibson to John MoAlistor. $180, nine 1 the date of approval of this ordinance, Camp. No. 47. 'Y. C. V. i "\
ere* on Peninsular opposite Sebastian. otherwise this grant shall be void : And all Building Materials' ,'
B, A. McMillan to John H. Wynn,' $100 BEe. y. This 'Ordinance may be repealed No. LComrade < ,
and the 'grant herein contained Order _... ', Write.for Prices:, : .
Robbins
In Narrows. M. ?
mm acres George The EDEN at Eden
: Tou are hereby notifies GROVE HOUSE, ,
rescinded revoked the Town Council
or by .
tDeSoto Beach Association hun .
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one '
that there will be the
of
a meeting Campon '
of. the 'Town of Titusvllle wheneverthe Is positively and Permanently CLOSEDto
red and frontear ,
eight-yeight acres ocean
Tuesday, the 8th day,of December,
said Company abuses this franchise '
DeSoto grove. Emma M. Saylor to'tt to. the detriment of the public or refuse next, at 11 a. M., at the' Courthouse In the Public. Tourists and others will
and B. T. ten
W
Hlggenbotham, '
Tltusvllle. An
Important' communication Davi'dge'sF6rti1iz6rs.
to comply with 'any 'ordinance now in themaebes.'acoordJngllO
res,couth of AkoD&, .81000. Marga- from General Gordon to be con govern :
which hereafter be enacted
t P. Wilson to J.t W. Y. Stelfox, force or may sidered. '
Ve7.CQ,' "Ix acres on Peninsular oppo- by the 'Town of Tltusvllle 'providingJitalDat.the By order' of Commander BKADT. THOMAS E. RICHARDS a


bco te hn*Eau U.' Betts$200 el&thL Gallie. _,Andrew A.two to acres.AV'B.OtweQ Jackson at Clifton to, or .any-'otuerprovlsloht, spark blocking arresters of CroaalngalpeedoJtrain. danger the Town signals A. D. Comes, Adjutant 4I I Bt :': ,,I ,.-, ..... ( '. ,./ "., Ate e' ,Manufacture; ,Iron> ,! .'theBest' Fertlliilnj. IMtilts,', '

5 lot at Cocoa Frank Moore Government may deem necessary to pre TIN SHOP: -' ''4' '

,,D.< A: $350 lot in Cocoa vent accidents, fires or obstructions to W 'TI GLEASON & !, ;:
son, ;; CO FOR ALL OROPS & ':(
LATITUDES
the
sjnes W. Begg to Margaret StllUon, the tree and reasonable nue of high] having bought out the stock and toolsof :; .:
ways by, the public. This ordinance Is i .
150. lot., In TitnsTille. Indian River, $ '
Mr. F. T. Budge in the Tinsmith business ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. .
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to Ed- to go into effect. upon'it* approval by H' ,, ..
ana Improvement Company the I am prepared to do tlusmlthlng at -- V '"
axd W. Borynge, $100, 230 acr being; mayor. "V v
abort notice.
Passed at the regular of the TITLES .TO SPANISH GRANTS EX-
of J. K. Martin to meeting ,
ftrt Fleming grant "
n. Phillips, $333.50,'lot at Melbourne; Council on October 22d, 1801. Tin Roofing Guttering & Spoiling AMINED AND PERFECTED. Davidg'e Fertilizer Go .!
H. RAT
Kaniel L. Futch to D. L. Gauldon, 20 Attest: 8. a specialty. Contractors furnished with -

tcres on Hutchinson Island, opposite J. W. Rooms Clerk., ChairmanTown vaueys and flashing at reasonable rates. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS !;. f 121 f Front Si, New York \

Tort Pierce, $100. Jefferson D. Cotton Will contract for work on Indian OBTAINED. ,
Eo Laura P. Shenwell, $600, .40) acres on Beat River. None 'but good workmen em
veninsular opposite Eau Gallia Columbus ployed. Correspondence solicited. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption FOR SALE BY And by Dealers at

A. Williard to Rhoda E. Brock' We can offer at present are as follows: Orders can be left with F. T. Budge at Entries Corrected and Perfected. E. L. Brady Indian River Landing

2 acres at Sharpes, $ ,600. Lot one, of section 32, township 28. his hardware store. Claim Adjusted before. the Department ,
i Francis V. Bartlett to H. H. WilklnKan South Range 27 East, containing 88.and at Washington. TUusviUe,. Florida .and Stations generally. ;

seven acres at Brantley, $ oo. William and 42-100ths acres, has quarter, of mile W. O. DAY Titusville. Correspondence: solicited .
A. Salisbury to Josiah Jacomb, two river front, land U light high hammock, ,
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Kcre* at Merritt, $30. Tltusvllle Cem- balance pine four miles northof Proclamation I EAU GALLIE, FLA. \\

Btery Company to Sarah J. Young, eemKtery Eau Food ne mite north of Gosbenpost Cocoa Furniture a
EmporiumIs
lot, $1& U. 3. Receiver to John office.- Price f30 per acre. Notice U hereb & b,viRal of an order FOR
Lyman 100 acre near Melbourne. The south twenty acres of lot 1, Motion of the Town Councn'of t.be Town of Tito ,
noted States to John McAllster, :71 80, T. 23 8., R. 87 E., has a small ear' .a ipceUl election wlbald la UM su Buying Furniture Unfinished at
Knockdownprices and having it finished
Gallie.United chamber on lion.he 7th day of I Wines t
Ecres on Peninsular opposite Eau house and other improvements, known bar A.1) ISM,for the parpen of wotlnir[ oneReitman Spirits in Cocoa.' The saving of freight and damage la transportation enable me to ;
State to John McAlister, 43Kens as the "Nicholson place" at Hartland 'I aa s Clerk and TreMurar,Rid oftVeer meet competition from any source' whatever. t
Julia F. Martin riverfront no*being elected. at UM general election byreeeon 7
adjoining same. office Good high bluff
I post of a Mi voW..A.ThuwrJ.r. Also dealer In Paint, Oils and all Painters' Materials; Cotton and Linseed Meal,
Eo Catherine T. Isbell, small place inworth lias a splendid stream of water Heniker and Robert Banoo Potash and the standard brands of Fertilisers on hand,. and supplied at maoufac
Cocoa Thomas E. Richards toBnillainT. running through the property. Price an hereby!appointed. judge of laid ipeclatlectio ;:aeer. turea' prices and freight. .
lot atWiden and 1.:A. etork thereof. Poll 9 .
Richards and others Brady *
f6O(). ,, J
.. Also new Process. Gasoline Stove and Wood and Oil Stove '"*
to be from I clock M.saUl 4 o'clock
for church purpose U. S. Be- N. W. Iot S. E. Jof section 24 T. 37 !P. open I .d'..
JCelver to Dan'I" L. Futch, 181 acre on R. 87 E. being forty acres of land on thepeninlnis Ghee tinder ray hand sad seal this M day of CIGKA.HS, ETO. A FULL LINE, OF GENTS.. FURNISHING GOODS. t ,': ,
iilatchinson Island opposite Fort Pierce, opposite Melbourne, which" November,A.D. ..... BKWlL ox, I
l$hefflel4 Land and Improvement Com- pronounced by the County surveyor as j UHt Jla70f.ltlaater" OF TILE: FINEST QUALITY, I COCOA Indian Rim Florida '

t>any to C. A. Chandoin, small place at excellent pineapple land. One mile: Sale. eo TOLoslcY"Jl ,

t range, $-t ., D. A. Dlcboq to Iney porth of East Melbourne. Land in this ; O. K. WOOD Agent.:, lF
fc. Wooten Iptln Cocoa/fMOQ. William of similar character has' & Rcnakcr. t ---.
elghborhood, TTadar and by virtue of a final decree of fore11 -
|C. :aonto Thomas E. Blsckshear, 14 sold recently for too per acre. Our.. elorare and eau benlnc out of and wader jl.
acre at Sebastian, $5. E. L. Ellsworth twice twenty dollars per acre. The ti- the leal of the Circuit Court of the 1th Judteial ;:jramllle. Supplied. Professional Cards. 1 J. M. .
Circuit of Florida,la and for UM Countyof Sanders
to Graham A Hubbell# 80 acre at Eden, ties to an land offered by us are per Vrarard, i* Chanewjr .tHUr, la seenala a-
I$150. Graham A Hubbell to Charles fect. Location, character and quality ewe wbereltnyD w ight M. Seward Is oomplalnant Town Ordinance, OBOMI M. R0MIXS. WatvsaL:QAAK. I e t

Wolf, 80 acre at Eden, $25. Florida will prove as represented on inspection. and ae admlaletrator of the eute A GRAHAM, Dealer In
I load oV Mortgage Company to Thomas Terms,, OB any of the above, half cash; of Aaron, B.laid Clevelaad decree boa deceteed.aj dated et the al MUll are day defendante An Ordinance defining "Y ra1ll7," and ROBBINS .

IE. Richard, 80 acre at Eden. Bloomfield balance in one, two or three years, at of October,....D. MMI wUl,,on UM fire Moa- providing a Penalty the/on ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW DRY GOODS
f J. Beach to J. IL Phillip, land. at ten per cent. Correspondence solicited. day la December, the. JUB being the 7th day of n OU>aJirED by the Town Council of NOTIONS '.
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\East Melbourne, acres not given. J. M.t ROBBIM A GkAHAM, the mouth, between legal boors of aale andla BK tbe Town of tturtUe That all rogue*aMvagabonda TJTUSVIU.B, Brevsrd Co., Florida. ,
front of the Conn House door In TtUuvUM
Addle M. Wood, small parcelof TltuniDe ,Idle sad dittoJuU panoos sadtramp P.0.BoJIII: CROCKERY; '
Sander to nfCounty riorida,eU the property described In said de. wbo aboot who .
land in North Cocoa. U. So Receiver eree.to-wit> The let niimberedlofBeeUoafl In jwigiiogor.nlawfd go btfftfg niuM or persona plays *"" .UM"< Will pnetlc In all tb eowit IM of"BrnUi SADDLERY, r ;,
f to Carl C. Curtis 100 acres, In the Narrows Towaahlp 19 South.of Bug St ran oontalnlnM & PJ.-n or ftddwr*,atubbom audrea, raaawaya, ClroBU Mid In tbf Bnpfraw Coat'Specie' !focimia ,. STATIONERY, ,
,
Commissioner Meeting.The acree,more or k> ,aeoordlnr to u t dreakarda, mJkar for Kmnining and Ptrfcetlaf Land
I State,of Florid 1V"f.eauify er amount so moeh of thereof decree ae and ettall eoeM.Jf. be..saJBotontto omnmoa Wars,lowd,wmaloa and .oanr5w ....-*. ants Titles and C Hem ConwmmdraM to Spanish soile Ora4t ted. front Clalw FAMILY,MEDICINES: : ,

Board of Commissioners .I*. ... I..p.ecb or behavior, eoounoa raUore and .. SEED& '
i County -rua. brawler, who their JWMI a u. 1 OARDEH
Order a Suit. Boeelia ...... parsons neglect calling or .
usual monthly meeting on
held their 4 '
eaployaieat. ra..pe what they can earn,
I added the lunna A OZAawiSulWtersfur rialntUf.Muter" do nut for Uwauelree f D. L. OADLOBJI, T. BAIDKU CHOICE OltOCCItll,
1. P. Turner 4 Co have Just 3d last. The tax rolls presented by aad provide h.r or UM / ,

I the finest display of sample, for mer- assessor were received and approved abd support; of p their..r.onsf imllUe. I .sad aU..tfuul.mla Utoa Idia*peroae anddlaurdeiiy Notary Attorney for BuwdCoMkty HAT, con; MAPEfc' FERTILIZERS.,
| chant tailorlog, that it has been our a warrant issued to the collector.It Bale.Trader who aee>ot aU lawful sad habit- CMttBlMkNMr
in this and be noted that the new law e b A 8ATTORNEys.AT.LA.W FINE PATENT FLOUR
f good fortune to see country should a hwp WtsaNg ........yorr tlshop GAULDEN ,
I the price are very reasonabUi. With compels the collector to close his books and by vbta of a bill of coats taxed abaUbo-.iWen4'.apoue, OOOOA. F.or1.d.a.:
a over three hundred sample to select finally on or before the first Monday tl byhe CIo 1I: and approved Tti by the J a4..at ooftrlctioa.be nned Inaeiua not ua4..r.-- ag : ,
and the Circuit Court of the JadteialClremit doUan.orb ta >rl oa d BO* Win praetie IB all 1M Court of *
the
t from. TOG can leave your measure March next. at the Mala of Florida .. and for the | exeeedlBf .UUfrterids
I get Just as alee a fits if you personally An important road contest occupied a Cuaaty af Brerard la UM ewe of saae. HMC.iartao oases at.hard at the labor dtocreUon: or by both of the BJM Il ,and or. iupria.otiieent. All w. ,sad the Vatted Stets Courts. 14
I stepped Into your own tailor la New good deal of time. After which bills to ...K.aapp.t aJ, vbereia the ofDwlan J'j..i dlaaatiee or paru of ordlaancee cuoJIot with P.0.Box,fuss TITUBYIUJE, y JL Sjr.j

I York or.chlcago. and ordered your suit.S amount of I92O38 were audited and ordered t be paid aad by Ninaty-two tbe fcein sad emu lecal mpnpnmaurabwcf i this ordioaBcs be and the same an hereby eOpUaaaot MOM?to Lota. is

Salt furnlahed la from 8 toll, days; stfAnotherFranehlse paid. Old Interest bearing warrants JiMvphine Xaapv, rtecaenil. end ta* said a- .....this fib day of Oefc,....

for J,8M were Issued.destroyed, and a UM bare said aad-ra.I.repneeaiaU....M*....baTinf.pos and tailed woW to Sea a Cba.Counea.H. IU 1'. B.Approved 4 wanes payer TITUS, f> na il4 .
the JU11I new warrant for $3,250 MIa la tha Wtr'w.w. foraata, HOWELL .
| MfwMte owlsi4 '
AttMtt w.SOCK**.Tow
The bid of the Hall Lock and Sate la boat ed UM Court Buss door, oa tae ATTORNEY it :
way Company. area Moaday ill Daoecober. Ibo semi frrlB*thr AT.L&W
Company for a new jail at$5,875 was a> ae.wrE
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sack day fit toe tMtnea Utebcalboon
.... Winpraotle*la aU UM eonru of the Tth "
of aila. laUowiag deeertbed real eatata Judyotsry
|: We present below a copy of aa ordif cache Board decreed that country road ,the property of the uU batn...r preeBUtUvee ....eJRtU.. r.J .

passed at the last regular meeting must be from 20 to W feet wide. Those of JoecjpbJae app aeoaMOd. lo $ tattoo*.
.n.ance ,
was yortyoae audtm-taird*acre u tuUomt,
of council granting the right of way tot of less width than 20 feet are neighbor.hood '. '.*' Mtbeaoataamteoraar fit UMDorUifiiarUt tii TTTCBYIUtje, ru.
j roads only. of tha Oarria.... theses ran northerly patle {
the J., T* '. w. By. Cov, DeLeoa street B. Archibald' report of Indebtedness alung UM w.et Uae :l the fraa for tea iliF': :
IL ...... e.M.Mes'rp'J7ma TT\B. B. L. WILLS .
lot to the south received .W. tare aa angle of SS decteiaru sad ,
Ice factory wand *
I from the of the county la aa eaeurry dteeeMoo.parallel to the eaotltUna rf ill rAEdiuewe4 4
. 1 boundary of the unw plat" ItwfflI approved. The .amount ofiadebt.edaessls of tha grant a deses of SLSSchalaa, PHYSICIAN *
stated to be 5. 18.77. e thanee tarn APt IlL'JIB BUBOEONtA g "!
council ha provided :.. .. wuesU.ofofissue.wentypueiWq t
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that .parahaJ
be noticed Public road were ordered opened MBtherly te !with., e.esdu..4. graduate of UM Unly r.it7 of P.nalyivaaia =. '

I against any abuse cf franf.hlsft.and while from .GeorgUaa to TropK ,and b..the e, it.t&fill oai..I.g,a diat.sa4W sots,". sad an experience of twenty 4'd
the content of .yt.d.s.v.il.t.MaslawJeasL rears la prattle, offers his .Mrvk. to
I It .* quite evident, from neighborhood of business .......u.nAI1IIwwC 01.i .
to citizens of TituvtO and
the ordinance, that the tow govenuseetj .Alter iIO'IM further Board -.. Csety. *twpq i.1. yIcI.o.Ity.OJ'nca !

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THE :WIDE WORLD. Salt was begun la the.superior court at 1 THROUGH DIXIE. EGAN IS BLAMED CHILE REPLIES .A Boston' dentist pulled the wrung
tooth and was compelled ..10'P..
Boston, Mass., Tuesday, by Maria Kullbmjt --- $150
of For the Part He Took In the Recent ilcfases damages to his V141m.R .
'a storekeeper,. East Boston '. I Aid :to Shoulder the llt*ponsibUHjrJnthe < .. .,

GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND against Rev Hugh R. O'Donnelly, a NEWS OF, THE SOUTH BRIEFLY Rioting In Valparaiso. Recent Embrogollo.A .D.WALTHALT.A to., MJqI"tIt, fr,)tv.MVI .
Catholic priest of that section, to recover A Washington dispatch I'''.: Tuead.1 calrgram of"Wednesday from Sans gave-Ky.. "Hall Catarrh Cnrt .1J..,,
CABLE CULLINGS $:;000 damages for tbe ruin of plaintiff'shuslpess PARAGRAPHEDForming developemenU the Chilean affair. tig" says: The Chilean government has cl srerr oll.-&b.. taken. r It." Sold by On,,.

.. by a boycott placed on the store make it clearer than ever that the renewed to Minittcf Egtn's demand for an' rtrrs
replied '
by I>R. KUK. ,OR.,
the Mrs. refused
by priest. Kullbury to Rreroaaa.free T
an Epitome of Dally trouble with that country It due explanation ot the recent attack! upon I 1fnn No F1U attar ft? f d*,',
Of Brief Items of Interest From send her children to a parochial school, : to the Unfortunate course' bf Minilte American sailors. The is couchedin Marvelous cure Tre"UIOfIr.nrl $:J:. .,t
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Various Sources. ands'.tegee; In "ucr cliarge thd became Happenings Here and There. Egan, in allowing himself to become very strong language reply and it la understood bottle free. Dr.Kline Ml: Arch SU Phlla.. \\.

she did no refuse, defendant, from the Identified with Balmaceda. It afflleted with if ,
-- that it amounts to a refusal to sot* yen M D1.t.asa5 tn n.
altar, "publicly and officially issued aa The annual of the accept son1 Ere-wafn.DnJlrsrl.t".1I 115-
meeting Society Senor Montt one of the Chilean lit p.r 10011:",
repre the for the affair. The
A Co. of responsibility
Evans
The firm of Irving A. ,
Interdict, forbidding ill hilt parishioners the of Northern held
Army Virginia was. tentative at Washington, called at the state at has been -
department Washington
Boston, made an assignment Monday.Pi sort hia gn-gniion to trade or deal of Tuesday night in Richmond. state department and explained to :Mr notified. Minister Commander
'Egan,
**, Saturday, destroyed the at Bird's Iron In anv "'"1"-1"1,, airh-ulslntif."' The planing mill of- J. William & Blaine why it was that the Chilean pop Schley and Consul McCrary are consult* Health

Mountain and cotton Belt depot Company, of Bowling Green, Ky., burned ulace .la particularly: incensed against the ing together, and it is thought that'de
Point Mo.By BUSINESS.OUTLOOK Sunday night Lou, $ OOOO. United States cruiser, Baltimore, and claire action will be taken soon. The %
It that Mate wfctn all tile
the premature explosion of giant for aBprted Pine prove, a Tillage nine mile east why in consequence tfce sailors from that state department's orders in reference to form Iketr fonntoM la ngnl orsaae sad of the tfllcMur bat pn
powder In :Montana, Minn., Tuesday,. rut Week by Messrs. of vessel were attacked in Yal tntaBTI
Lexington, Ky., was swept by fire the matter are very strong ad to nraor ear tantmotioa M fuels*-Jo,
four workmen were killed. B. 0. Dan ft Co.Dun's Monday, only one building being left Senor Monti,* it is said, Informed Mr. :3CO PROTECTION: OPFEBED .,!..proper 4utf ofmadelnd. .
The Teutonic has arrived at Queens- review of trade lor week ended standing.Fire Blaine that the hostility to the Baltimore

town, having beaten the fastest previous October 24 says 1 Business failures occur broke out at the Clifton furnaceat grew out of the course of the commander The1uteodenteof 'YatparAi.o''hat refused Hood's Sarsaparilla
record from New York. ring during the put week' number for of that vessel ju t before the decisive to guarantee the safety: of market
.Ives kMlot tbe'l
Iron ton;Ala., E&turday, but was extinguished by porlfytn :ood, teals* the
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boats to that the
coming
Lieutenant Colonel Howlelie, one of the United States 207, Canada 42; a total before considerable dams battle about Valpariso, in which the congressional city early in Stomach sad bowel, and lnTlgormtln the k.dBei
the few survivors of the British officers of tit, against 259 last week. was done to the any furnace. The coal- forces won The Chilean morning from the United States warship sad 11.... Therefor It yon an Is-peer ....-.*
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age Baltimore or the safety of the officers of I .
who Waterloo is dead. When Important elections are closest i representative declared that when the take Rood's Saruparllla.IOO .
at shed
fought and 200,000 bushels of coal :were
that vessel coming ashore at night
hand speculation generally waits and congressional forces landed in the court I
Theodore Doerfllnger, absconding. buatneuisapt to be dull. This year'sspeculation consumed. below Valparaiso, to the final There is practically a'boycott on the Bal- Doses One Dollar,
.tr sturer of the school board of Pitts- I JL: Laredo .Tex. dispatch of Tuesday preparatory imore. No American sartors allowed .'. _
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are
in stocks is hesitating, but inI assault on. I army, the Balti- n JPI1I Unit Live Invlgorator tad .*
borg, has been arrested at Omaha.A wheat and cotton tho pressure of .enor says that the rush of goods"throngh; the more, detecting that something was ashore. first excitement has been tbarBe. n tl.blaeeectlvs. ..aU... KjeaiBo.:

cablegram of Saturday states that. mono supplies causes lower prices, with port of Laredo into :Mexico to avoid the afoot, steamed down and watched the 'cau-cd at Santiago by tho report that the .-
there is an extensive outbreak of pleura much:speculative activity. Meanwhile increase of duties on many articleswhich movement As 'soon as the officers of Chilian legation in Washington has been CHILDBIRTHS

pneamonia in the south of London. general business remarkably activo and goes into effect on the 1st of November. the vessel saw what was going on, they attacked._ e < s EASY !
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The president has appointed Richard increasing, in volume' at the west, improving is IIlmpll1mmen.e. hastened to imform Minister Egan. ,
Herbet, sat Ohio, to be United States at the south, and distinctly lest A meeting of veteran cavalrymen: of That gentleman, Senor Montt claims. NEW PMCA SOrdered MOTHIRS' FRIEND 1&I scientific

co1llll,1 at AntlqnSj West Indies dull than it was a week ago at eastern the Army of Northern Virginia was heldat at once imparted the information to Bal ally prepared Liniment,every.ingredient
About eight thousand miners In Stat.fonJ. cities. Richmond, Wednesday night, and a maceda, thus saving him and his army for the United Confederate. of recognized value and inconstant

ire and Worcestershire have struck Collections are improving in nearly all inovementtitartrd for the erection of a from the surprise the rongressionalists Veterans. .use by the medical pro

against a reduction of 10 per cent in directions, as the liberal movement of monument and statute to the, memory of had prepared for them. If the Baltimore General Gordon. on Saturday, issued fession. These ingredient art com
wage crop*'enables farmers to settle their accounts General J. E.: B. Stuart had not betrayed their movements the the following older from United Confederate .. bined a manner hitherto unknown"MOTHERS''

Oa Monday, 'oetmester General W' na- and to make purchases 'for ,tho A fire at Spnugville, Ala, Monday\ congressionalists assert,D.lm.ceda'.army Veteran headquarters at New Or-
maker opened proposals for supplying comtngeeaaon. Money markets' are no dvntroycd A. 1C- McLendsr:; Co.'. store, would have been captured almost withouta leans:'0eneral order No. 20. The general -

the proposed Increa in the bcean mail where stringent, at nearly all important the postoffice building/ J. J. Carson's chance to resist,'and thousands of lives commandery hereby announces the
lervke. points being quite easy, though with noticeable grocery. Cox &:; Alford'a.dry goods store, would have been saved on both side"*. fellowship of the following named camps FRIEND' "
improvement in demand. These the Adranct office, a barbershop and two la contrast with the conduct of the In the organization of United Confederate

The authorized comptroller the of currency Holston, on National Saturday signs plainly promise strong trade for vacant buildings. 'Total los, $20,000; American warship, is alleged that the Veterans;'also their respective num. WILL DO all that is claimed for

bank, of Tenn. 'to 'busIness the.fall and winter. This country, on insurance, 8600. other foreign men-of-war at Valparaiso ber, to-witf John Ingram camp No. 80, 'it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor
,with Knoxvlle, begin' -' account of its heavy exports, largely :j The Nashvillelleraid now appears under remained stationary, In'no way taking Jackson, Tenn.' Major Victor Mavit, No. Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger
of
a capital $100,000. creditor of other nations, and far bu i been notice of the movement of the congress 88, Donaldsonville, La; ; W. J. Hardee, ,
new management, having purchased Life:of Mother and Chad. Book,
__ 8. Simon, of Berlin, has sold to the than usual dependent upon. them.. i together with its entire plant by sionalist army. No. 30; Birmingham, Ala. ; Natchatches, "
i to MOTHERS mailed FREE cooUining -
University of Chicago a library of 280- I' TOB BLX' RETORTS. R. A. Halley E. C. Asa, W. L Cherry Minister Begin has been asked to furs No. 40, Natchatches; Monlon, No. 41, information, and
000 volumes and 120,000 diisertations in Reports from the various cities are on and J. J. Ilaynie. all well known In"N.sbYille niaha| full explanation of the part he took Mansfield, La";' Stonewall Jackson, No. .valuable testimonials
languages. The price paid is not journalistic in the affair. 42. McKenzie.: Tenn. : John C. Union.; voluntary
the whole favorable. At New Or. circles The striking .
known more I .. ... of prica bUSMADFICLQ \
i No. 43 Iluntsville Texas Palestine S .tbyes..pr on receipt 'Uti.*
I leans a bitter feeling is seen with largo feature of TUllldayafflrnOon'l! Issue ; .
A dispatch from Salem, MHSS., says: receipts of cotton and fair of rice was the announcement of a subscriptionrate THE ASSOCIATED PRESS No. 44, Palestine, Tex. ; J. E. B/Stuart, REGULATOR CO., Atlanta.. '"

The great Scab will contest case in which and sugar,and money in active demand. of 25 cents a month, including the No. 45, Terrell. Tex.; Felix K. Zolli.. OLD BY ALI I DBUGOI8TS-

Timothy Hopkins, an Adopted) onr.ls try At Savannah trade holds wall cotton 'receipts Sunday edition. ', Corrects ,Published Misstatements Re- coffer, No..40, Knoxville. Tenn. ; Indian ,
| lag to. break the wjll, Jblo lid S&\Jrq.l. bales in River No. 47, Titusville,. Fla.; Albert
reaching 23,000 one dayand Garcia; ex-paying teller of the gardla Its Affairs.
Eugene :
. Judge Ifirtnan stated thathe should snstain Sidney Johnston No. 48. Tyler Tex.
,
;
at Jacksonville trade is steady with Louisiana National bank before
,
,
appeared The New Y rk Journal $f Commerce, DONALD KENNEDYOf
| the wiU. Wobdville, No. 49, Woodville,. 1In... ;
bright prospect: United States Commissioner at
Wright, whose editor, Mr. Stone, is president of
! A convention of militiamen at Chicago. JhVhcst. has fallen 3} cents; corn is New Orleans, Monday, to answer.tbe the New York Associated Press; print. John B.GordonNo.\ 60, Spring Place
! Wednesdayr dccidoa to bbld faaftolarencampment scarce and 3} cents higher for spot) and charge of embezzlement, under the United the following editorial regard to mis. Ga. .

dear Chicago, August 5th oats 1| cents higher. Cotton receipts States revised statutes, preferred by President statements which have been going the READY. AND WAITING. Ro bury Mass says
to 20th during the world's fair. Con even surpass those of the same week last R. M. Walmsley. Garcia pleaded rounds of the press concerning changetin ,
gress is to be asked for appropriations year: by 03,000 bales, and the price falls not guilty waived examination and,was that organization : TtftrThonsand Celestials Wailing *

lor expenses. one-sixteenth with sales of 91 ,000 balesat released on abond of $2 ,OOO. The case "We do not suppose that the editors 7"::.""* Cross the Border.

The Ilenry! G. Allen Company, dealers Now,York. will come up shortly. in the United States and their corresondcnts, who so grossly A Chicago dispatch Saturday says! Kennedy's Medical Discoverycures
In subscription books, at New York, U The iron industry looks stronger. Bar circuit court, misrepresent the affairs of the Associated Treasury Scanian he has received
asking for an extension from "iti creditton. plate and structural mills are fairly ems Near Queen City, Tex., Saturday, Lee Press, intend to tell anything but advices Agent from his says Inspectors, who Horrid Old Sores, Deep-

Liabilities about poe hundred. and ployed, but prices are low. Boot and shoe Green, a negro.nineteen years old, shot the truth, but they are wholly misinformed are now watching tho Canadian'' border, : Beated Ulcers of 4O years'
> thirty thousand ;dollars and nominal I manufacture shows signs of more active with shot and with Win interested in ,
. a gun, again a. often by parties to the effect that there are 10,000 Celestials
assets considerably larger demand, and shipments are close to last cheater, :Mrs..Lowe wife of a prosperous spreading error, as to the facts, and are in Vancouver and along the line standing, Inward Tumors, and

' A cablegram of Monday from MadYid, 'I' 1ear''l'be wool manufacture shows more farmer, instantly killing ber.hUo shewas thus led Into publication of the misstatements of the Canadian Pacific railway who' are disease of the 'skin .
demand for dress aad the stocks of these every except -
Spain Floods continue all directions. He threw the circulated
says: washing. then body so wIdely. concerningthis suffering for want of food. 'Chinamenn
Tecgrsphie! "''corumuntcatloirWHh are>.nl.U"e..and low, while for men's into'a welL lie then threw her little theme. We have before us a long unprecedented numbers are being Thunder 'Humor, and

Paris is Interrupted. The railroad tun- !prang goods the orders.of clothiers are girl, aged seven years, in, breaking her telegraph dispatch from Washington landed at Vancouver," said :Mr.: .Bosnian, Cancer that
: nel between Pitcher aud'-San] Cieodcnr I ID) fair demand.the sudden ehange.'ofo1 ; thigh and killing her also. Bo then took 'printed in the Inter-Ocean of Chicago, "and they are unable to obtain' employment has taken'root,

! demined by |b' floodind f ctl pitdr >ular fancy in Is to years having inducedextraordinary her little boy, aged four years,baud threw .in which there is hardly a word of truth. or food. The pat number of arii- Price, $1.50. Sold" by every
stopping 'all ilro adJl'raffi caution/ hesitating| | ; him in after the others. We will add a > few, corrections of- the valsJI believe,was the result of notices

and 8enlle.i.Cyi&Xa wojnMadrid ittle-The stock faark.l for the 41 week\ the < *ith Information reached NnoxriUe, Tcnn., most important of these untrutba. No spread among the Chinese by influential .Druggist .i.n' the United' State
,
| Berlin, Germany, bas been treated to a change ,' treasury Monday, of the death of Colonel 11: 8. paper baa withdraw or'given any Chinamen: that it is very eusy. to get into and Canada. '. I.
"Jack-MUpery sensation, The bodyof bait put out, Including .new treasury!;! .ZiOCkktt,-of Bogota, United States of Columbia notice! of its intention to withdraw from the United States., I believe' also that -' .
a wretched-'abandoned woman was notes, $1a00,000more,\bat1 1uartakeuIn South America, on October 12th. the New 'York, AsaocLited Press. The the.Canadian government is assistingCelestials \
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found horribly stabbed In her lodgings during the week. Merchandise exports Colonel Lockett was a native of Alabama, New York Associated; Frees h" ot',. into this country in order ..toget VEGETABLE.GROWERS.Ai

! in a squalid quarter of the fown Saturday ceeded for those the past of the two corresponding weeks have weeks ex a graduate of West Point and served in', large surplus in its'treasury,'' nor a surplus ; She $50 per head they are compelled .

night She was horribly slaahod ,iand white the confederate army with distinction. of any kind, and there has been no to.pay, A ,' M\V :,BOOK;*T
2'0'COST
last below
rtai.fall far
mutilated. The assassin who Is ;yea/, imp for time time when members have had nothing '
un- After the war Lewis a professor OI"I'Br.10ATIOJlf, Co
those that the balance AFTER TRUST.
of
a so,. THE
I known year ago, for their own service'and have
escaped. in the University of Alabama, University pay '
of trade in product strongly' favors continued THE ESSAYS.
besides. The SICO PRIZE
bad large erpensea
of and then went to a; surplus -
Trinity German Lutheran church at Mississippi,
imports of gold. Foreign exchange of tho association have alwaya The St.Louis Apothecaries'Association
.Baltimore, celebrated its centennial anniversary : has declined half a Cent dining Egypt: where he"neryed the khedive for WMTTKJf...fcj Fnrtlral Market Grdan and
been more than its Income. It knot true to be Prosecuted... GlOw, "..,. ua UK ttUowiag
6unday A large portion of the he week,'and money at New York has several years.A dissensions in tho association; .....J......eo",,'"..lOtIl>r'uaI m..,... "How
chwch is the same 'as it wan hundred New Orleans dispatch of Monday that sharp A St. Louis dispatch of Tuesday says: ... wbstt..rswlaIs.hrrN.r.s.Pr. .
keen
easyand cheapMETHODIST have of the election of Col Murkcto," silo .c.II..r: .kki
out (
;years ago. Many visiting clergymen .__. says: The announcement is made that grown In accordance with the anti-trust law, ..4 0.1... with 111.1. t.. .....1.. ..Z
its A
and prominent citizens 'were Thomas II. Kelley, cashier 'of Richardson Elliott F. Shepard aa president. United States District Attorney Reynolds M.rkrtl.rmski.r..anIuantp. .olatneor
tbn'chlU' is that of 111 IMrrml K>*T dT M
sufficient to e 7 a" A1LEU
STATISTICS reply ias decided to commence an acti/e campaign .RJtn
present Cardinal Gibbons sent a letter Williams Sj Co., wholesale goods i RtLTLirr Q y ONLY liD CE\oT\ n'
Colonel Shepard was sever chosen or against the Bt, Louis Apothecarlea'auociatiod ITAM" Of' "11.:1OUIl: SI6D
c..r..IJOfir
with a of his book 'The Faith of house his embezzled $20,000. The statement
,
copy ,
.IU.D Eaa' Addre.s.
nominated for that office. It is not .
I our. Fathers.1'P li Presented by the Eewnealcal C.* I is made that Kelley Is. a lottery even or 'drug trust. Officers JOHNSON A ,
true that it baa been a sort of tradition the; trust have notified all wholesale STOKES.
fiend and that his defalcations In
The Adams Express directory met at ference. were PlEEUlUlES.
that the proprietor of the Mail and Exprttt dealers in the United States that all pat.
New York Wednesday The auditing Through Mr. McLaren the committee 'part, if not wholly, due to that fact. lie should be president of tho association will be withdrawn from those >E'hUac1e1.p. at'wELY'S .
committee reported that a' thorough examination Methodist statistics made a report to acknowledged an interview, that he onage
on that James Brooks, Cyrus W. whtf
or houses selling to local druggists are
council :'pbyed the lottery. Kelley denied, however CREAM
oC(tho company's securities be ecumenical ,
Field and Col. Elliott Shepard: have have BALMAeARR
'' ,, not members of the trust, and -
loans and cash corresponded with the In Washington D.O. which la substance, that he used any of his employers'money held tbU office successively.: No one of a list of dross declining to join.appended r ....tII. OO is
entries., in the books.. A committee stated that the returns had been obtained .. .iH
;was these gentlemen was ever proposed for The result' is that -a firm outside of the ')ta1 Woman or Child
appointed to devise a plan 'to prevent from all the churches represented ta In the superior court at Rome, Ga.,. the office. The editor of the Journal of trust has received notice from a well- ray ;
.. .
misappropriation of the company's prop' the conference and tabulated, first geo. Monday evening, the case of the State vs. .Commerce baa held that position for more known New York house that the latter .Iq from

erty and breaches of trust. graphically, and second ecclesiastically Sidney tascelles, alive Walter S. Beres-: than forty years. cannot fill orders for patent medicine until CATARRHB =
ANew York The The term "Adherents"' was Included ia ford, was called. This trial is commonly
dispatch says; onehuudredandtwentyflfthanniversary --' the concern has entered into the "com- Bal.Into....11,,0ItriJ;
ministers and members as 'tbe "lord's" Beresford
of every case, known I. cage biDe.tt Mr. Reynolds will bring the matter YLt ROS..**W.rra.8W.N.T.. .
families connected with extradited from New York to Georgia
American Methodism was celebrated Sun well as congregations was FLORIDA AT CHICAGO.
before the grand jury. Ourwt vlthaat tk* kmlh, 'WM|
day with appropriate services in the old In some cases estimateswere under two charges-cheating and ntbuul dawtbo has ba.ls..
John street Methodist Episcopal church made, but in no case do they 'exceed swindling and larceny after trust-but Arrangements Hade for an Appropriate ,GREEN GOODS SHARPERS PILES or UarBUukruVMd.ran roctn.ssd ALI.UMUU, AIM
given In the government censuses, since he was brought here another :case diiMM*ol UK OuiroUanulOaoixa
-the first church of .denomination figures Exhibit at the Great Fair.Florida' BS ot nlnranoM. UonnnlUtlwi frw.
and in cure they are below. Whileno baa been and that is forgery- Den of them Unearthed l lor Pawah'... Old Jiiltl .
established in this country Many clergymea some preferred, thirteen A In New O"Udl"1 Atass. -
world's fair directory, ., /:.. H.... 6".1. T kFISTULA. Up
l from all parts of the country.aud: official statistics were adopted by the signing Walter S. Benrsford'a ame-to a in number chosen at the recent convention York City, -una 'Il'(1t..4 Ibd..1117....)
,
London conference tbe figures show that check while it is his true la .( ,
[ abroad were present. alleged. name .
at Orlando, met in Jacksonville A New York dispatch of Sunday : a.
says
I Suit haa been entered In the United since that in the conference there has Sidney Lascelles., .Thursday for organization and conference Central office detectives have just un- ..llsio.a.t_Mpoi.rtt I

States court, at Pituburg, Pa., against beep an increase of 30 per cent in-the W D. Chipley, of Pensacola was elected eartKe/i the headquarters of a "'greengood : ,;. an.a.nd.WANTED...... .
the details
Some of ESTATE. -
Methodist believers. THE TILDEN -
I the officers of the Lousiana Lottery ComI president and George W. Wilson of ,*" business in that city, together ;
I paoy for unlawfully using the mails. .It i iII of the report were read' bj.the Rev. -- Marion county, secretary. A working with a cipher code books of reference, .
I alleged that circulars and tickets were Dr. Morley as follows: The Court Deride the l vat Told .and committee wu also chosen and the state lists, names and some.six thousand letters

I mailed to the city on July 24 tb, .and that The eastern section r Is la Faror of the Heir divided off into sections, apportioned to received' from different people in EXPERIENCED SOLICITORSTO

I In order to conceal the crime envelope Europe-MlnUters, 4,481; members, A dispatch from Albany, N. T.:, says: each director for organizing committees reference to the purchase! of l fools from
I of the United States Express Company. t 1:5: ,:a!; adherents, i,209,60 1. The court of appeals rendered a decision for receiving funds. A every state in the union. They have also .&INSTALLMENT BANK STOCK- P f
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were used. At Boston, Mais.' suit has 'Asia..:Ministers, GUS;members, :st,as!; Tuesday morning in the caaa of George code of rules for the government of the arrested Frank Brooks and Terrence i.dilw >*r Mootb(or 6O ......
Poapso ._ .
.. .
! also been entered.A adherents,. 114.808. others t has S_
71147adherents ILTilden vs.Andrew H.Green and directory was adopted and Florida'sworld'a Murphy, brad operators and' leaders In --I wk.s lk w a.et.
cablegram from St. Petersburg says; Africa-Ministers, 994; members, ,- as executors, ete., appellants, and Laura. fair commissioner were made the business. They also learned that the F. ,v. MIU.KU a: CO..Alta.taGs.
I The police have given notice to bankers 283,378. B. Hazard et al., respondents, affirming ex-officio numbers of the board. More combination had just sent out 500,00ft -_. <
I that:; no 'deaUo 1 with or ,through the Australasia and PoI1aeala-)1Intat.ra adherents/488-, the judgment with costs payable to aU Important action of the directory was the circulars and letters preparatory to the ss. e.oTHE

I house of Rothschild will pe permitted inI 780; members 93,140; parties out of the estate.. This renders adoption of plans submitted for the state winter's work. Inspector Byrnes has the SMALLEST PILL IN THEHKOBlPlTUTT'S

I Itaaaia1 Bankers corresponding with 183.Eastern Set-Uoa-Miabtera I. the Tilden trust void and is in favor of building, and this will be an exact reproduction Dames of people to whom these circulars S .
tile Rothschilds in Paris, London or C.094 the heirs. Under the statute of distribution of old Fort Marion at St. Augustine acv addressed, and will look after future
elsewhere, must seek new correspond members, 1,113,003; adherents. 6,090- that regulates inheritance of property to' be built of phosphate arch and correspondence in has own peculiar way .TINY LIVER PTT T.$.

ents. The Russian government is said to 128. the issue of Mrs. Pelton and Henry coquina. Moats will contain rice sugar SIXTEEN ....aUu.-..'&... .. -i.
feel deeply irritated at the Rothsehildson Western Section-Ministers, 88.10111,; A. Tilden. slater and, Brother of Governor cane and cotton fields and the interior DROWNED. .Enactola.OtoctiTai In parvly Uil.border.S50 vcOtbto..
liowo
adherents 20,281 *
account of their opposition to the reI members, 5,380,494; Tilden come in for equal shares of pineapple, guava, lemon .
space orange '
973. A Bark Goes Down in Collision Car.rjlnr . . .
loan which II. Hazard II _
GMt .was successfully negotiated 8000000. Mrs. William and cocoanut groves. It will cost from
without their asaiatance. Grand Totsls-rMlnlBters,48OM}memo the only heir on the Pelton aide, and Is $20,000 to $30,000. ; part elite Crew.

A cablegram of Tuesday from Berne, bers, 0,494.399; adherents, 83,878.104. thus entitled to $4,000,000. The other A cablegram of Monday from London RREWARDWet .

Switzerland, aays; The official report of The report which wilt U criticised explained by, $4,000,000 is subdived to the six children NO RELIEF says: The British uteamer Boston1, from Won tkMt FtntC: BAVAXA CuMtei* la'r la*
not quite complete was Tilden.MARVELOUS Cardiff for London at Falmouth in aMwa el ow 1M VT btaad ot dcium,
the fire which occurred in the town of of Henry A. was
Turner of England ..ia .. ciLy.. .....
several members Dr. RI' / yea
; collision with the Br.tis'a; barkChart esra .eS.. .
lleinagen, in this canton, on Sunday ... a eu t_ a
that it would if adopted, the Rnsslaa GeTernmeut t 0 ail
holding From
-
shoes that the conflagration, which was GROWTH I wood, 759 tons, Captain Salmon from / wboKT....
greatly stressed in destructiveness, vitiate the returns in Englaad. ..-- : Starring Peasants Antwerp for VJi)6nWo. The Chart nod _1M r .

the high' wind which prevailed .deatroyr --- IB the Yeleme of Business of the A London cablegram Tuesday'aays: foundered almost immediate:y with a W. B. 1X18 ;V CO.WJUIBTOJU .

<|120 houses without counting THE TRESTLE IN FLAMESAnd Sortk Carolina llllance. v The Daily hers learns that the Russian Iou of sixtren liv.*. Three men were ....---- JOTS-taAitsaL

large nuwbera o( barns, stables sod other Thursdaythe government has rejected.tbe petition of killed on board the Boston, and the ItEM1 1."nrill.
I buildings of that description. aad'aen- a Train Rushes Into the Leaping 4 annual Raleigh: dispatch of the says State Alliance a deputation of the richeat Moscow merchants termer's boat* were badly stove In.Only MEN DY ,
I dered 7tJ4 hotneleaa. The 'En-'" Blue report for permission to form a society two pvop'! were saved from the I l1usawiae, I.W. y..adtw'

I goal cnuicn persons, U'sadUion to nearly every' A Birmingham.dispatch says: A train the waa business issued, shows of the a order.wonderful The growth co oper in- for the relief of victims of the famine 'hirtwood. .I ONLY I;=S":r.lUW.....Naiad tulawa ami, rasa l.. districts. The society was
I other edifice of ia In ruins loaded with coal stricken : i
importance of thirteen cars was little The Endbrae6 the
alive stores lave done very by Typotheta.
by immense amount of capital
the Columbus and Western jacked an AGENTS WANTED OR SAUHT.r .
I wrecked on
: increased 60 cent
A Washington dispatch of Sunday fertilizer: trade per boat of volunteers. The ministerof .
.
I aajiThe ..dynamite cruiser Vesuvius railroad, near Good water EaturJay morn 14,923 tons of alliance fertilizer having and the a interior in declining the propoat- A Ciocinoati dispatch of Thursdaj I Ilk eoravbKlo,facia, tokaa ACM.W n* Iho maOmf sw FaMnt tc* per t9.wkJ..e
I now at New LoodoD,',',ConD., has been ing. As the train rounded'a curve been sold.; The grate .amount of sales declared, that anybody attemptingto says: the United Typothetas of America, i M ..rn* km*h) c L t.teass. .ib: c.

I ordered to Washington for the purpose within a few yards of llacbet creek, theengineer for the past year was f4M, I of the saw the.treatltt approach to the executive committee to transfer the lowing .
state
coaveyiog president; iccrttarj of such as that described, _. _'
I the navy and -other oflicl,li to ladian bndge on .re. It was too |Ute to stop, purchasing: d. bt alt.too a\ itnce, to the ,, would for[ any be arrested.object The emigration so- "Resolved, That the Untied Typotheta Pr.J.il.o. 0"E a... > a .rf

I Head, on the Potomac. to1 'wit.flt*. the and he pulled the throttle open fa an National Union col p..o1"oUf York,., has prohibited the organization of of America approves and endorses the WORSTED AND ftUOLEH
I testiagof armor plate for naval vetsels. attempt to cross by sheer force of speed. upon such terra as they way agree after relief Ultety comUIteaatcertain points. This action of tbe Ptttsburg typothcta in re- I twdtla.nd I'+i.i .a nrtir"!.x ,t1S
I The exact date of the teats has not jet The engine and two cars got across safely the latter company his fully satisfied Is to be due to a feu that re- 'iatiog the recent demands a.ade by thetypographical fonami. 'r.aiMar..aa.t+.
I been fixed but as the Vesuvius ia ordered but the third went down nearly fifty them of its legality, and the ,alliance suppowd government relief will havea radon of that city, and I FOIO''D.. a JLlmt-N"

I to be U Washington not later than the feet, and others followed. The rear car makes a foraasl demand that the general iance bad moral upon effect oa the peasants, who that we pledge them our hearty support P*-iT rua LAW.. 4.WL3.'Oll *V
Sftfr instant, it Is expected they will bo wu a caboose with Cored actor ltice and assembly at its next session pass a secret will decline to work oa relief railwaysand 1a every; practical form." .N"w..t..ro 1

,made about that time. The Despatch Flagman Crawford on board. Both ballot law with a provision which will roads while the ready cash of tae This action poasib'y! involves a spreadof tituTOna.00.liYei ,

'w. off bet way to perform this service were killed, and their bodies burned wilts secure to voters, who cannot read, aa" amiae[ load Is procurable the troubles mow tinting in PitUburj sa .sa. I w** V.*..w J' .
q." wrecked oa AmUtgue ."0&11. the car. Opportul U'to vote. sad other olscea.
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SCIENTltrv SL'RAI'g. ODDS ISO E5DS
Dot much or a REV. D. TALMAGE would not be hailed on.nyof our rivet, redeem the nation And our cities will not .
with any rapture of admiration. It fortunately go down and our nation will not perish ba- Gathered. .p IId.Glfta Tangible [

had but little speed for twice we raa cause the gospel to going t4 triumph. For White pitch grows In t;\"ot'. Shtpf. If I
Aground and the tailor Jumped Into the ward I all echools and collejM an 1 chnrcbei
THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SON' water and on their shoulders pushed her out. Forward!t.all reformatory and tnliwionar; Some Insects are ;in.ft state of,inlurity In XfonUna miner ret ,
But of gayest sportsman, whs organisations. For ward I all the influence birth. a great many
DAY SERMON. deck what ocean queen could rive-< SIIch mandated to blew the world. Let our mod. thirty"mlnntc ftftcr ,i title ".Gt a dAY ,

thrill of rapture a tall on the Nilef The ern European and American Clime listen to The bratn of a titan twice AS Wg< It is estimated that 200 lives were l Ids
pyramids in sight the remain of cities that the voice of those ancient cities resurrected
,Subject gin Up the NI1." are now only n name, the Tillage thronge and by hammer and chisel and' crowbar ,be ere any other animal :tn Germany by the recent heavy -snow

with population. Both bank crowded wit compelled to speak. storm.
historical deeds of forty or ixty centnrieiOh I notice the voice of thorn ancient cities Ie 'Tho weight of Iho{circu Wtnj blow The newest,kind' of a thief is one itBcllevue
Tfiner 7 Jfift and / lit '
hoarse from the exposure of forty centuries, Is pomuu' tt
what a book the Bible to when read OQ twcntr tJfad. -Eseklel xxtt. C. ,
the Nile and they accentuate slowly with --Up that t .
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Aha I Thin In the Hirer Nile which A brown or A* we slowly more up the majestic rift were palsied forages bat all together those .A German facto )- suppllct nll.01the exclusively. ell ;
yellow or silver cord on are bung cities along the Nile Intone these word Wash. '
Iou each bank the wheels pampethe "The roof of the pension office at '
man Jewel of thrilling interest than on any Hear old. and It Is hard chemically/ *ngftf lust i'asod fromr", J
bucket for irrigation add nee a man with MS for we are very pure leak""with rain storm ndtnelr.log -your sufferings Ca
that twisted in the rotwhlz ingtnn every .
rtTBr wa ever
; for us to speak. We were wise Ions before ,
his foot the treadle wheel that fetches IB .
on a tho world. is if about
It ripple through the book of Ezekiel, aDd soow you 11 t
up the water toe a garden and then for the< Athens learned her first tenon. We saint Tat g ,
flashee leaiah and in the books undNahum of Deuteronomy and on and its 1 first time I .understand- hat passage in our ship while yet navigation was unborn At Toklo; Japan, a concern employ! In llollitter Oat; a Chinaman is organizing way.. 1"

tank stood the might!.of many ages. It Deuteronomy which say of the Israelite. These pillar obelisks them wrecked these pyramid temples these these colon fallen an electric motor'instead of >lenm for a JI 'cnlc lodge for the benefit her are plenty of woninf

WM the crystal cradle of Moras and on !Its after they had got back from Egypt Th< of black these wrecked sarcophagi of his countrymen. that perhaps' you've'' :
granite '' t
land whither thou In to it is not amt drilling
banks Diary;the refugee,carried the infant greet possess tell Of Operating'planhtg ,ma. for time but;
under the brow of the hills what ,
you ,
the land of from whence came first Invoice of feather has been They rhe .
iJes&s. To find the birthplace of this rir a* Egypt ye I in grandeur and of what coming chines.. The mal
was apt
was the fascination and defeat of expe down'to
We sinned and we OUr
be. .
wateredst it with foot. Then I understood -
t mona- without number. \ how the land thy could be watered with learning could not save u. Bee than Tho French Society of Physiological ostrich farm at Mount Falrrlew.Efforts ,Worse yet, they may drive the

neat sNotmanyyeara American traveler ago Bayard,wrote Taylor"Since our C0- the foot. How do yon suppose I felt when half obliterated hieroglyphic could on not yonder Psychology1 proposes to invctign( are being made to make '$""U disease t the lungs. You can't I

Iambus Bret looked upon ban Salvador the on the deck of that steamer on the Nile 1 I wall. Our architecture sue the Ana, in Los Angeles .county a gci Oral afford
column of In which
and its. Bee the painted phenomenon ono Imagines
ditche
looked off th canals and eprent
earth hah but emotion of left .upon ,
one triumph i Fallen' and the shattered temple of Kraeh fruit depot for Southern California, and a>
>for her bestowal, and that she reserve for< sluices through which the field Are irrigated Witness he sees or hears an.absent penon, But way,
could not
Our ave us.
Mm who shall first drink from the fountainsof by that river and then read in Isaiah heroes Ram_ and 'Ptolemy The Buffalo Courier suggests that free sure way, that does cure. TG. Its.
Diodorus
the White Nile under the snow fieldsKiUmHjaro. be Manes Our Gods Amman and Osiris could not tan 'To prevent tho evaporation of ,'nt.er'1n:1I1'o passes be given to every theatregoingwoman I sands of otherwise hopeless
." fiat the discovery of the wasted and dried up and they shall turn the : tint: who will doff her hat. M
all the
oarceaof and defense us. Bee their fallen temple, along palls, it has) been suggested have proved it. It'a.with Dr.:Bage'e, 7w
the Nile by most people was tier river far away the brook of Nile.' Oh modern !
thousand mile of
aidered an impossibility. The malaria v the hall be emptied and dried up; and they four cities ge"OID8 other God, a God, ye who,cat fifteen to twenty drops ot oil will forma There are only lwent fbeareee'in Buffalo. Catarrh Remedy." By its'mild,
wild beasts the savages the nncllmabt shall be broken in the thereof,;41l One day recently every one of
purposes and
God who healing
help, a God who can pardon a oat coating sufficient to obviate the Alf la soothing, cleansing
t .the vast distances stopped thee. : that make sluices and ponds for flab. save ,Caned up a* we are for a little white them was in use, and at'the'same! hour.A Ale.
JIedIUOn. for agee. While sailing on this river or stopping atone onlty.Tho. permanently cures
to testimony again the sands of the 'la i.
give great religious revival sweeping proprlcs
An intelligent native said to Sir Samuel the
of the villages we see people on desecfrwiU bury Ashes to sakes dual fa cases. Catarrhal :
W. Baker and wife u they were on their banks who verify tbe Bible description for : intense hoat'of tho electric ore over Northern New Brunswick It it "
way accomplish that in which other had they are now u they were in Bible time dust I"? And a*these voice of porphyry'and said to be unequaled in the history of the : Headache, "Cold in the Head -

failed: Give up the mad scheme of the Nt Shoe are now taken oft in reverence to granite responded ceased all"Ashes the sarcophagi to ashes r*under and the tilt.' ha been successfully used In Sw'cdcn provinces. i. everything catarrhal l in its Datu HIi
source How would it be possible for a lady fates. Children carried astride the hills : the 4
for The at
of column fell grinding ttelt blasting. expansion i is cured as by magic
young and delicate to endure what would moths shoulder a* in Hagar'l time. Women capital a lofty The Philadelphia Humane Society i
kID the strongest many Give it op." But with profusion of jewelry u when Rebecca to" powder todustrFOODS anong the rook*, and rerponding.Dust point where',the arc is placed "split k epsa boat on runners at the skating It's a .o' sure that the pro* '

the work went on until Spoke and Grant and was affianced., Lentil shelled into the the rock. club's houao on the Bchujlktll ready to prietors vy, ,Dr. Sage's Retnedy
Baker found the two lakes which are the pottage, as when Ksau told his birthright to i .
aonroe of what was called the White Nile get such a dish. The same habit of salutation I OF THE FUTURE. A number of observations two rescue any,ono who breaks ;.through the offer, in good faitly $500 for a '

and baptized these two lakes with the nami a*when Joseph and hi* brethren fell on oy ice. case of, Catarrh which they cannot .
of Victoria and Albert. These two lake each other necks. Courts ot law held un I Italian mlcroscopists f justify the belief The average salary of school teachers t

filled by great rainfalls and by accumulate der big tree a*in olden time*. People makIng Nuts One .of the Most Valuable that trees considerable InfluenceD la St. Louis $633.70. Only twenty-six cure. i i
from the their by exert it's enough for them to
mountains pour : brick without straw compelled sure
Their Cat.i I
from
k1waters
laden with agricultural wealth inch circumstances to use stubble Instead oi Large Returns filtering out bacteria brought by receive 3,000 per year. Of 1,101 the offer it's sure enough
,
u blesses no other river on, down over the straw ture. teachers, 1,004 receive less than $G00 per mak
i trial.
cataracts, on between frowning mountain Flying over or standing on the bank a*in the wind. year* you to mak.the

between cities living and ofties dead 00 Scripture'day are flamingoes ospreys, I Learned men' of tho present clay are ;They That! do yQta
A Velocity .
as high as 2887 feet >a: There are now under contract to be rk
for four.thousand mile and through a con eagles, pelicans herons cuckoo and bull much exercised about the kind'of f inn!
risk?
tinent. finches. On all sides of this river sepulcher neooBMry to produce the greatest amount second has been attained by a projectile completed duilnff the present winter for ] ta
But the White Nile would dO'.1ittle for of sepnlchenu Cities of wpulohers. Lake Superior
Village service, principally on
It And is temptedto of muscular health ,and strength PIIY'Vlclt'l from a rapid-fire gnn This IB the I l r
Egypt it thiir were all. would keep its I Nations of sepulchers one twenty-eight new vessels, having an aggregate '
bankand Egypt-would remain a drser call it ,n empire of tomb 'I never aw Magazine for August, and nuts highest recorded and
But from Abyssinia ,tbere comes what j II I such a place as Egypthb,1s for_ graves. And of all kinds have been produced by them velocity1 ever 19'11 capacity of 43,000 tOUIT. ugustFlower" M

called the Blue Nile,which,, though dry or' now we ng sarcasm par excellence as an article of diet llo- equivalent to 1968 miles an hour .'Prelect Ike P..Ue 1xx
nearly dry half the year, under tremendous of the Israelites when they were on the way .
sides the of and ).
beauty nut trees tlio From fraud and thegsnulnemed.Iclneaof
gill Imposition
Tho St Paul road Is
"Because there huving built
rain about the middle of June rises to great from Egypt to Canaan, are V. sold only
Dr. K.
Pier a are now
fruits
tronomio of their nut
plan
momentum and this Blue Nile dashes with! in beet thou taken us utility
Egypt
no graves away I two engines which'will hnvo no smoko through druggists' authorized as agents.They .
sudden influx into the White Nile, which Ironseonence to did in the wilderness." Down the riverbank Utlons scorn to be rapidly making for. are the cheapest metllolnr to tin*, aa
rises thirty feet and their combined come the buffalo and the cattle of trine I tunes for those< who have been sago stacks, consuming their' own smoke, well. the bmt, because In every case yon pay t.
waters inundate Egypt with a rich*olwhich to drink. And it was the ancestor of these to invest in them. only for the good you ant. The money ia refunded ,t
drops on all the fields and, garden u cattle that In.plred'P4I\roab's dream of the Chef with an electric headlight. Tlioy will If they ever tall to benefit or cure '
"
Van tHoinan of the departmentof "value ': 1 have been dUBiousness ?
It is conducted by ditches and sluice and lean tine and the fat kine. be equipped Sot lighting passenger Being sold on thin" peculiar plan of
that the cultivation received or no pay. the price ot the genuine
agriculture predicts "edwithbillott5ne
little while
canal every whither. Here we disembark a for have s
auuantoed medicines always been are, '
The greatest damage that ever came to Memphis, off the Nile to the right. Memphis of nuts will soon bo one of the firont- trains, with elocrlclty.Sinco and always will be,as follows "and "

Egypt came by the drying up of the Rive rounded by the first king of Egypt and for a pst and most profitable Industries in tho ice is Dr. Pierre"*Golden Medina Discover the Constipation ,' cnsttio
Nile, and the greatest by its health lon;time the cupital. A city of marble and United States, The largo returns front thi Ago there evidence remedy for all dliwaiws arising from a torpid for t
fill and abundant flow. The famine in'Jo. gold. Home of the Pharaohs.: City of nineteen in tho fossil faunas and floras of inn liver or impure blood-) $1 per bottle. fast one .and then
seph'i time came from the lack of"infflcleii miles In circumference. Vast colon Individual trees and immense profits from Dr. Pierce1 Favorite Prescription (the rem. Stomach 61 another

Inundation from the Nile. Not enough Nile nodes which inipaalnj procession established orchards have stimulated rlno deposits and peatbogs that north* ray for.female weaknesses. and doranfte bottle. J prppalns.
menu tl
) a 6
Is drought too much Nile is freshet and nm-oltmt' Mere txl >,the Temple of the' Interest, and our foremost ctltt'fl'r llnJtfruitgrowel'l' western Europe has for Dr l'lerce'sPlensan tNbt per.tlfll.lnal .ton was :
experienced \
plague. The river of the earth are the Sun. itself in brilliancy a sun snoneon by are planting nut tree and best Iil ,PLall "k and
mother 01 It*prosperity. If by some COD. another sun. Thebes in power over a thou- some time a climate considerably Dr.l 'YRr r.t I fii tebt'
vulsion of nature the Mississippi 'should betaken laml aud hundre t yeas or nearly ten times )largely for market purposes; others>ho ,r f." N tff.la'i mataei bottleSuspicion "to purpose. At last i
from North America, or the Amazon is 10.n3.5 the0uited States have existed enjoy nuts during tho winter are realize warmer than that of the present day nirtmHy ani Ightfully attaches recommended August Novyer., I

from South. Amrlcal or the Danube from ilere'is a recnmbenfstatuVMVenty-n v* teal ing that they may be had in 1\\111&.14uoo'" Slips for tho broadside docking ofvessel. when la any offered mmllolnitepurpfirtlasriob at other price. L>r. I'frrre's those took It. according to directions and;
Europe or the, Yenisei from Alia-what loo/ Bronzed gatewayA necropoliocalled for[ tho mere trouble of planting 1 I f shove given. any tao wonderful'reliev"ing
hemispheric calamity i BtlU, there are other "the haven of the blab" Here 'The lathe nut of the future,i havo'boen ,bunt at throe of the .its efet wer'

riven that could lerUliza and cave these Joseph was prime mlnUter.' Here Pharaoh'eqeivfd Mr. Van pecan Dieman thinks but he for. principal, of Franco. this Take ma stains from silver by rubbing wIth of 'th-o. dlsagrecaMa; .. a,
portl'i By
countries.AJ Jacob. All possible solendorJ word 1\ wet wbloh lies been dipped la common I had been .
I stomach a
rl ;
we start where the Nile empti..lntothe.1lediterraneao mat up Into this royal city. Homa Ezekiel Casts large returns from wnlriuts, chest. means vowels are to be hauled out of table .& pains t

Kea. we behold a wonderful ., leremiah. and hal speak oCit all sooie-. nuts, pine and hazelnuts, almonds, ,fil-, ---- ,-. -, 'troubled 'with 00 long.; Words i ;
fulfillment of prophecy The Nile in hinz woudwful. .. berth, etc.MA grower in Florida luis the water without straining, and the "' cannot the admiration
very ancient time used to' have seven 3ev.r did I visit a city with such exalted decib
l
low a grove of- 4,000 'pecan trees six coBtUlci* than by the ordinary meansot'placing 'in your' .August
mouthf. A* the great river approached the intiplpation, end never did my anticipations f '' 1
sea at seven different places. Isaiah prophe-- drop*o flit Not a pillar stand Not years'old; when they begitf to bear their in a dry dock..Ire u! 'Flower-it has given trie..anew

tried ''. Lord shall utterly destroy thee a waU is unbroken. Not a foundation tosses product will be worth 1100,000') '1t'1\rI.t lease of life winch before was a
,
.tongue of the Egyptian sea and shall smite 1 the sun. ,Even the ruins have bean ruined at wholesale." But this is .counting' : Carrlca Le.FavrQ is trying to 1 '
is bea'efaction
medicine
[ik in the seven streams. The fact ia they an and all that'remain: are chips of marble ihlckens too soon; ")Ir., .C.JH.-"I>an- 'establleh lsocletllea of vegetarians in .burden, Such 1 a -
'all destroyed bnt twoand He'odotuesald' small pieces*of fractured sculpture and spllnrrel to and its good
these two remaining are artificial. Up the human jone*. Here and there latter lelll. of Georgia*has' a. pecan tree which 'i ow,X ort blcago and'Boaton. Shebelores'tha lmanity.

Nile, weshall, go; part of the way bj of> some elaborate inscription, a toe or ear bears annually! from'telt fifteen bush. 'qualities
''
Egyptian rail train and- then by boat, an3' Gf a status that once stool in niche of palace ils of 'tut*,,..which soil readily at whole' i a diet of fruit and cereals wonderful 'mtr- Jesse'Barker,

we shall understand why the Bible rtvet.nch wan. ,Ezekiel propheniol Its blotting out ale for (4 and.$5 por' bosbol. Colo- promotes healthrand" longevity, and itsahould be* I '
prominence to t nil river,"which to the largest and the, ha been fulfilled. 'R1d.on. .
$ prophecy .,
river of all the earth with one exception., ," I raid to our party "and don't wait for lei Stuart of ,Ocean Springs Miss., condemns meat inlemjicrancc nt,worse 'made, known to rtPrlnter j

.. lint before1'we' board' the train we mun'otake me." And as I stood there alone the city of, who has made a .wide' rrpulatlon .as. a .hanwbl.kylntempeance.Farmers,; : "everon. sufferHunlboldt,
a look at Alexandria.' It wa founded Memphis in the glory of past centuries nodessful cultivator saps: "I' planted z zONJ '

J< by Alexander the Great and was once the nroej. And I heard the rush of 'her chariots those large'paper-shell pecan ants when Jn the vicinity of Burling flidgwlthdyspp' Kansas 0l1
I New York.< the Farts the London of the and the dub of' her f fountains and the )( was 57 old and bow at 69 'I ,
[ j world "Temples, palaces fountains gardens conviviality of her palaces and saw the tell rears I ton, Vt., are again'trou'blod with fatal G.TiREE.V.ol6 blen'frlYooCftirylfJ '
they help me to live. L ,
pillared and efflorescent with all archltectnral drunken nobles roil on the doors 6f mosaic you got thrax theIr cat tie. 'The
: and Edeniq grandeur and sweetness. while In startling contrast amid all the realities 110 pounds:from one tree lut fall, told among germsf

[' Apolloa the eloquent, whom in the New : of the place I saw Pharaoh look up 1 05 pounds for $105 and planted tho > the disease have lingered In the soil 1.1ILATED' .
Testament time some people tried to makea bto the face ot aged ru-tio Jacob the
ihep- remainder of them and tuna raised afioe for
twenty with occasional\ outbreaks
rival to St. Paul, lived here. Here Mark hers.saying, "How old art thou"' lot of which are for yearn, rJoYS
the author of the second book of the New But back SO the Nile and on and up tin you young: trees, and His so severe that the anl- Both the method and when
under Nero'anathema. in of tie. Pecan culture planting the very rlt
Testament expired reach Thebes Scripture called the City
From here the ship tailed that left Paul and No. Hundred gated Thebes. Jlqnadran- large nuts, I consldJr one of,tho safest male die in six or eight hours after it Syrup of Figs it taken) I pleu&ad

the crew struggling* In the breakers of uior city four miles from limit to limit. and best paying industries a man can break. out. _rfhlng to the taste,_ act
Melita. Fompey1 pillar is bare about one } two of them .Karri
'ourgreat temples engage In." This combined cloud of !/ on the Kidney,
hundred feet high us base surrounded by so nd Luxor, once mountain of exquisite The addition of aluminium to molten '' ) tl
witnesses and figures certainly doe Liver and Bowels, the x \
much filth and squalor I was glad to escape sculpture and gorgeous dream solidified ia clcan. system 'CLcIS
into an air that wa breathable. atone Statue of Itamesee II, eight hnndrec make orange growing and tobacco railIng steel before pouring an ingot ha been effectually, ; cld., head. atjwtbuEuRw: vprA

BUll Alexandria faacinatlag for this or and elghty-even tons in weight and ."entyO. seem much less tempting. found to render the metal perfect) aches and fevers and cures .8 (... .-fl o.
that thing according to the taste of the vis. .feet high but' now fallen and scat The pecan forests ol Texas f urnisl of '' hbiu .'tr qu tw .
itor. was to me most entertaining because it tered. Wall abloom with the battlefield ofc.mturiea. large of to the market sound when cast. The action teems to cnatptoD Brrup 'Figs I & o I. LNSrfl, .aaH.Ca'rrnm.Y.r .
1 i bad been the site of the greatest library quantities pecans of its kind pr .
that the world ever saw considering the The surrounding hill of rook hollowed of New Orleans whence they are shipped be entirely chemical, and i ta about 20 diced, pleasing to tie ta t.' and acceptable .

fact that the art of printing bad not been Into sepulchers on the wall which are to Europe where they are said to bring time more powerful than that of to the stomach, in CINC COTTONiy
invented. Seven honored thousand volumes Chiseled In picture and hieroglyphic the a higher than othernut. This prompt
i and all the, work of allow pen But downit confirmation of bible story in regard to tin Illooria pecan price is -a any native tree growing silicon. Tho amount used I. fro, Its action .and truly beneficial t its riell )0" C.tto. *t10J5!

> all Went under the torch of beaelgers.r treatment of the Israelites Egypt so that ta effect, prepared from the
four mO&
ton and
when
from Southern Indiana eight ounces a
Built to tho Uulf o: i 5-Ton Cotton Scale.
again.
Built again and destroyed
a* exploration go on with tae work, the healthy .and agreeable
again, but the Arabs came along for it* wall of these sepnlchers' become com.mentaries Meiloo; valuable new varieties are being used manganese can ,be dispensed JbtC. NOT CHUrl1 iUT iUT.
final demolition and the four thousand bath of the Bible, the Bcrlptures obtained which are propagated by graft. tnaar excellent { $60' **

: of ttte city were heated with those volumes originally written upon parchment here out Ing and sold for fancy price II pecan with.An to all i aud have made it the' mostpopular zon nGJr..

(, the fuel lasting sir months and were ever into everlasting itoue. Thebes mighty and is known In our botanies a* tfaryaollvseformls enumeration of the tnuthroomi remedy known. I U'J. a
fearful cost? What
at such
r fire kindled dominant five hundred Then she went _
a. holocaust of the world1. literature t What down ia fulOllraent of year Esakiei's prophecy but the genus was first named and 'toad'itoolt known to scieatiiti Syrup FIg is for sale la 60 and 1iahttn '' Fndsaa
of books How of them Ulooria and the of and all leading aWI
right the
martyrdom many concerning the City of No which was another priority
have gone down UDder the rage of nations name for Thebes: "I will execute judgmentin name has recentlyleen recognized.: IiI halt jiwt beeu' made by Dr M C. gists.1 Any druggist who 'LWLal.as..u.ualaluihlwhlh.baUOs WI I II 0 4NS

.'i Only one book hem bean able to withstandthe No. I will cut off the multitudes of Ha. a beautiful symmetrical and rapigrowing Cooke of London Englsnd*, which not have rble hand procure t< .
bombardment that has gone through may 1
Jeremiah also "Thus alth the ,
without smell of fire on itt lid* No swordor Lord I will punish prophesied the multitude of Mo." tree with luxuriant light green shows that 4800 species of these. fungi it promptly for any who __

spear or musket for it* defense. An OM unarmed This city of Thebes and all the other dead foliage,much narrower than that of any are already known. Of thU number Do not accept stay I .If.t
New Testament An unarmed cities o( Egypt iterate and reiterate the other hickory. Its nuts are oblong tshantaIt '
Testament. Yet vulnerable and ,- tri veracity of the Scripture, telling the same smooth and thin shelled, with sweet and 1400.are found on the British Islands; ,B 4P I '

umphant.natural about There it.must Conqueror be something of books sapor- story which Moses and the prophet back* toI LBan delicious kernels. There is a fine speei bnt of the total only 131 can bo relied CALIFORNIA ne srnul Co I PATENTSlfatl, :
noticed bow Go:1lrep' these :
Monarch of books! All the book of all the archaeological you conflrmUoni of the Bible until men tree In the grounds of'the capitol ai on a* edible wJitle 30 ire decidedly iirreaeorao >. ,. I ,,,
.r.
age in all the librarian outshone by this In one our time when the air is full Of nabatief Washington The tree are generally UUIVI 111'QU; A.1l--v.'_ ." ... .... J'orty-tualii 71. '
church apocket. poisonon -
and I to .
book which you carry truthfulness planted to the --' ,
of about the of the dear old book forty-eight acre,covering "
amid the ashes
Bo methonght' He waited until the printing press had been the fresh nub where they are to grow ia 4COLDS:
Alexandrian libraries. set in its perfeetad.PI and the subma Slap I., the !Hair
' But all aboard the Egyptian rail train up the fall a* II the rule H planting all nut 1
riae cable laid and the world in
t going up the bank of the Nilel Look out wa was trees.-[New Orleans Picayune The fallacious old practice of singe
enough
teUigent appreciate the testimony, COUGHS
of the window and see those carnal tnselmrfor1 the hair la order
r of their toad. And I and then H resurrected the dead cities ot log Jo prevent it* O''
{ the imposition them bason the earth and commanded thorn sayings Crabbing In the Hudson.If out in handfuls
think we might take from a "Open 'our long sealed lip and speak! r falling has largelyfalle'o HOARSENESS
: and instead of trying to stand upright in Memphis and Thebes is the Bible Vlllal" dlios There, used to Na 'f .
conscious of our'weakness .
t our own strength become I asked Hudson -JJj
Truef respond Memphis and Thebee were say a River
and need of divine help before we "Babylon is the Book of Daniel truer steamboat captain, what the favorite time when every barber shop in th CONSUMPTION AND '
. dudes of the or
the take week apea or us the the day heavy end so kneel for year the "Truer*responds Baby loo. "Ruins of taN style of foiling wa around the city, lwoulda't city had wax taper, and the employe AM
t of and estioe and Syria I* the New Testament long tit AFi'ECTIdJfS 01' THE THttOAlfAND LuNGS
burden. We meet procession men truer "Truer respond the vales all the stop say, "crabbing. would politely ask customers Jf they ,
I, the from their day's work I
baaiueai tired of
way so "crab.
get seeing
to the Dead baa and from people "
i be*alas for the, boaua to. which the poor way Jerusalem fromVoppa to fiNsTTIfctHTtHj bug," I wish they'd all die off or Invent desired a "singe, much the .me. TAYLON1 CHEROKEE REMEDY Or

inhabitant hovels _ad.are going Bat thereto, for the lemethUf mopart hi What a merey that thi testimony of th ome new heUfish that was M easy t
the fteene that thoroughly ealiita u*. It isMM dead cities should come at a time when the catch. As 1 go vp and down th* Hod- shampoo. The philosophy of lU singe SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN.
And
novelty of wretchedness and a eeene of Bible i*eepacJaI.Iy"eel. this work son every day, when the tide'* right, I
Is but it I
thousand of will go on until the veracity of the Scrip simple, fallacious Bar-
picturesque rag. For year we an unbroken line of "crabber." I
tore will be u certain to all semllils aim
tub lend ha been under a very damnation ben contend that the hair is hollow Is
a the
should the catch BEST
I but Christian civilisation and woman a*that two and two make four say daily most averagea KNOWN BEHEST.of
taxea. Nothing
to that MceceUa triangle one which has hundred tube and the from the .
will roll back the influence whiot are u an great many bushel Where 'oil. bulb of Ue

+ polling the Egyptian" There are pro of two a of circle itt aide la a lioedrawa equal u that through th*the diameter eeotr* the crabs all com from I can't imagine. hair exuding from the tube cause the A.1e your druggist or merchant for Ur aA41aliDO' takt h t.
dam bat toe* belong to the And this mile of "crabbers" a. else
a ana palaces fifty l nothIng tan take U
and terminated ty the dreomferenoe asesrtaia hair 0 dry and fall out pllu.
c ".. up Singeing -
.
mathematical dnmoartration.TboM as a rule, tUo. that are catching them
a any ,
; This ride the Nile I b of the most PISO.oroYFOB J.Best,
along one the hair closed the ends 71WBa .0. W ttwOddlA
ancient dries lacked for residents the up sad '
but ,
J catena sad impressive ride of all my life nothing lI&lej they're just oa pre. tw O I', L y 411t1.tLQ. fw
t Une and oar emotions deepened a*the ear good! Diskipatkn and sin slew them banks that come down to get a few tot rented the Iota of oil, thus keeping it hu 1&0 IustL r t
and unless disuipaaon aDd slain.
tame et thxnight fait aU surround* halted a little salad they're going to make-
upon the baI 1
will modern from falling out. But the
they some day slay our dties ,
't tort But we shall not be tided natal weeaaiaaea every Sunday thousands of people com a 4II
ot
and leave oar palace* merehandbe and
snip ana pas ngai OIlS .poII Tact remains that 1
> d14 not
an.oeJtoua waters and between the our pIJer of art and our city hail u lit from the city, swarm Into the boats, and prevent ,

I banks crowned with the story empires. in the dust..found Men phi*oath*after. station themselves out in fire or six feel be; hair from flUngvout,' and the b &D fI'n\1nfont which a small particle U applied (
I Jut
, According to the lead peaeIIi in my groom 01 Thanksglviac cia,. And if the of water, and Belt fur crab aU day or M practice his become' aUno extinct.New JIC1&&riq. J"nea.1QIt Null Ity druriLu uTscut an.u, q "_'fiR"
BiUe it was Thanksgiving day morning.. dues go down the nation will go down. long as they'll take the bait. It lent ; _. -- -_ 4da'-. JfeY JUxawi/; R'arra. r,
November 2U. 18,. that with my family Oh." yon ear. "that i*impoasiblei .have ([ y.k Journal, 7ray.;' :
and friende. stepped aboard the steamer stood so loog yea, over a hundred yeas asa very dangerou sport; any child can do ERW4RoN ;' '
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oa the Kite. The Mohammedan eaU to _tio&- Wiy. what of tat Thebes H, and I suppose that's what make it M Pities(

prayers bad been sounded bv the priekta of Hood flv hundred Mcmpdi stood athmnand popular Moot of the boat are provided Kaen III lran.'Can 111 = N, "aW.L same,.a. ;
the >Mnexxins from the beer years. Clod does mot torget. One lines of ] JSS3 yr
thatrelwtoa with fire or fit with a piece ivdfote SS .QSS.rpaal
bandred moaqae* of Cairo a*the cry went clay with the Lord I*as a thousand year anda I'p.41o *1. 1110UleDt8Ir.eteh
mink
the end of JiM
which
meat oo .
"GocI" I bear witness that toootand year a*one day. on 7r- 4 Ii.:3' SSiwlMsStS sHftZ.
greet.
oath ,
ihere i* DO God but God. I bear witness Ham and detanchery and bad politic ere the bottom. Then pull up ootuafter tin *' "3t ,a.Ms CMUrcan ... o. .
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thai Mohammed U the apostle of Ood.Come moss rapiclJJk.bac'destrucUosx our other round and round till they happen *.'VM on one condl. -- ----- "A tla.IrrE"aoulaYil.t.ler ,
to pray_ Come to aaln i. Ood is great any kind sad all to find a erab on the end of on*. Then Jrsnted, and that 17" ---- "- .
Tao II other bat Uod. frayer are bet- kinds worked for tne dMtroctioa of the dew
ao they net him, and throw the lute .rer-
tar than sleep.* of Africa once so caigfaty and SAW so protrata. *- 'You don't want to borrow more >
and stty and palm grove and river But their god were idol, sad could board sod then go oil Sixty erab area tb'D dollar." '
a -rTLHa'lelphia Tlmaa.
"Dipping were bathed In the bght It warn do nothing except- for JsheieeMot Vest good IaOf1htJI.Ia. .






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Fair Indian Hirer. LCO' L NEWS.. 4 M Q : 9 :. CLO.t'aI:N G 1,

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'ortheAr14ocarx.j'and Uyo," y" Continued from rage I. yt wJJ .. f.il" S-E3IOBS: : SaOEJS: :: !
Alf t "Sweet Jlye **Seven more beacons will be driven ., ..- :
A Ivey flown down to the Ma, Hanfee.Messrs. <(1)'hi: -" -, ; I go,.. ;:t ffo Every ,PaW Guaranteed.Stock .
A beantlfnl river 1 ween, near'the Narrows; by Capt, R.A. f ', '. 'U; ; .
Whom waren lovo wnwUand .nd lea, \ ; ,8!; .tlo....m 0 > most complete and prices most reasonable for quality of goods. Alan! .
And utiot banks with verdure are green Lonley & Renekeifs saloon Is '
H) ':I I. ; / Complete line of lIOS YGENTS"\ FURNISHING GOODS,.
C\lOKIJII..o.'TI the Jlnm R
Umpldgrarklingandtree
Ever J +
d.greI ( +
Tin the Mr Indian hirer their three rooms Is being'put la first- i ; ... .. '
WhoM water*flaw down to the tea. ciao. shape, and they would like their ; i iI ..f. I i i, 0 :Come and/ Bee the latest style In iDERBTS and CRUSH HATS.
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In the land of the orange and tine, patrons to give them a call : : ir 0 .
Where ever In bloom are the flower*- I < ; '
3 CD !. .. VJ 20 Per Cent, off Straw Hats .
Crew'-myrtle and sweet Iwmmlne Capt Berry Informs us that he' expects o .
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Make fragrant the Cnonc wildwood.- and bowers. to commence work on the new i .Pi' '"' u fi ro g' .. ; -To Close them Out.

steamer to be built for the Titusville Q '

O,Whose that t\VIplcalland breezes blow by raft the a sea*the Intel Oak Hill and Canaveral Steamboat Company .fia ; ': .M .I:' '-= CD E l.....,....). DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS; ETC ETC
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Erf fondly nir heart tnrn to the thee, Tuesday and she will be ready ... ,
on } .
famed land of the man and -i .
Jote.S. f1ili
,O.T. for launching In ..about two months* time. rl- 1 (f't' j '
t 1.t'lTJ l "Mo're Value r for $' than Other lite in the "'
a Any State
Range of TemperatureIn -The Rambler i I. the name of another o : rS'2. tj ,

TttniTllle trade-boat to be Indian River by .' .
run on .
0 : ,0. en'
the firm of > & Feaster. ii p r" J. P. TURNER & CO
For the week'ending last night, Nov popular uren : : Cj" : }H .
The, storekeeper on board will be Mr. ; !r '--
/>, 1801, as compared with that of the S .., .
week In 1890. Recordedat Jno. Walker lately. head man for Mr. O. t! 2. .
rorrespondlng : (
it so g'd :EJ.. :I:.,. :S
II aYS1Ieslaixe..z .L
B. Rumph. Q' "
the 11. 8.,Weather Bureau office, Ti- LI! ,


Day tnsville.1800.Max. Mln.OcTO EB. Max.1801 Mid> result The of the Elections.The elections.- held last O I (Ui\ 0 H, !, !'H.if; 1:2. 0 en Groceries,; Grain. >l,' Hay, Garden Seed, ,Fertilizer.


30 82 62 74 63 Tuesday in the several States impartially o H P I o trJ'o ;;8r; 0.. Z ; I call the' Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
31 66 60 77 68 expressed,Js about as follows;Neither : :j; o (fJ Staple; ,& DE aiiey 3-rooferies, ]fruit
NOVEMBER.
for 'd'
party has any ground claiming a t f! (m. .
1 71 60 W 64 victory. Iowa elected a Democratic 11'f '1-,1 And Food Products
2 73 60 74 68 :governor by about 6,000 majority. it 0 -101 Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of '
3 77 60 74 67 F. P. Flower Democratic candidate was; ( (t) CU'

4 00 63 70 60 elected governor of New York by 46,000 P p1. 0' g, Grain,, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
77 68 ,
5 75 62 majority, but both houses of the Legislature I
I Ground :Too' and Wheat. ,
are Repuuucsu.McKinley I am the,only house on Indian River dealing exclneivelyjn the above lIne of
carried Ohio by 20.000 ma' Goods. 'I buy close, and trill sell close., Invite correspondence and
your solicit
The Mouths IIamm...,. jority. In the Legislature on joint session BREVARD COUNTY JAHKS HOLXKS President. your patronage. Very truly -

The mean temperature for October the Republicans will have ajtont 85 ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. 351- la. DEL T.
'1891 as recorded at the U. S. Weather majority wnlle'the last General Assem-
Bureau Titusvllle was 60.6 or one bly had a Democratic majority of 10. .
degree lower office than the highest temperature McKInley made superb fight in Ohio STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER GEORGE M. ROBBINS, \ .WALTER S. GRAHAM,

-on the 6th. Lowest temperature and the defeat of Campbell as viewed by Attorney-at-Law.' Attorney-at-Law.,.
politicians of National repute does not ,. Members of Brevard Abstractof Title '
61 on the 2;th. '' Company.
Highest and lowent for same month argue well for the Democracy In the COCOA 'FLORIDA REAL ESTATE

mince station was established 90 and 47, coming presidential contest. Robbins &
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In 1800. Massachusetts reelected Russell,Democratic .Incorporated 18819.CAPITAL Graham
Mean temperature was above 60 on '81 governor, but decreased ,
days; above 68 on 10 days,and above 77on majority and the Legislature,shows : EXCHANGE

three days. heavy Republican gains. Paid Up, $2ffOOO. LAW LOANS AND REAL
Total rainfall,8.88 Inches. Greatest Pennsylvania elects Gregg, Republican ESTATE.
and least for same month, since station ,,Auditor-General, by 60,000 majority Authorized, $10OOOO. COCOA Indian River FLA ,
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wa established, 12.17 In 1887: and 2.09 despite the Quay-Bardsley scandals. -
in 1889. Number of days without rainfall While many of the Democratic journals ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. We,have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected 'Indian
15. There were 16 cloudless days profess to be elated at the result of ,
Prop rtf of All Kinds Sold and
"7 partly cloudy and 0 cloudy. last Tuesday's election, It Is quite evident Money to Loan at Lowest 'Rates.DIRECTORS Bought River Properties

Total wind velocity 00.04 miles or an from the figures given above-facts, : Exchanged.
average velocity of 13 miles per hour, that the Democratic nominee for Abe G. 'S. JlARDKE: :, President Sale
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Lands
Agents for of of the.. Florida Coast Lint
Is not to have walk-
which Is about 4 miles above the average Presidency going a JAMES.HOUIES Vice-President. per" All Inquiries will be promptlyand .
for this month. Prevailing direction over. The result will start a McKinley R. B. HOLMEB.: Cashier. reliably answered., Fire Insurance Canal. and Transportation. Co.
,N E. or 84 cent of the total direct boom of the liveliest kind and the great ALBERT A. <
per TAYLOR, J. D!. SABDEBS, written In standard. companies at lowest CA.N'AL LA.1.VDS.
tariff apostle consider himself vin .
ions observed. Hlcheat velocity 88 may J. F. WOOTE rates.
miles per hour, from N. E., on the 28th. dicated. The tariff will be adopted as Florida Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa" Key West Railway Company

Average cloudlessness'on a.scale of 0to tht titui _from_u_ henceforth.__nn_ ,,LandsV, Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,.
and other Low Priced '
Lands.

rot .0 J, E. LANOCITTK: :, Observer. The Tomato- Crop. The Co. Money: Ito Loan .AJLtArcvyvs: : oxx,H4: 23i. ..
Clyde '
In the United States there are $' .000- Steamship At Ten and Twelve per cent, in ivmi to rutt.. -

Many soldiers who contracted 000 cans of tomatoes consumed annually, Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully 'Selected Properties.

chronic diarrheas while la the service of which Maryland produces over one- _.Address !% i>. '0._' box 108, Titusville, Fla.
have since been permanently cured of third. This season the output In Mary '
It by a Colic Cholera and land will not be more than one-fourth ED"i.217' ARD
Dlarrh a Remedy. For sale by Dixon the. usual quantity, since the crop hasbeen : STILIN"GCocoa -.

a Gra,. 18.4 a great disappointment to growers ; : Indian River Florida
and packers have made but limited pre.paratlon. ,

Market Ilevleyr.NKW .. The continued rain and unfavorable < Dealer'In T,,.. ,' .
weath ruined what \
YORK, Nov. S, 1801. the beginning of the season promisedat to be an Pr PAINTS, HARDWARE; STOVES TINWARE &: AGATllAiBJ
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Late arrivals of oranges are having a usually fine CJ'Op..I This does.not apply '
moderate sale at fair prices. A few lots tq tomatoes raised by market gardeners, PLUMBERS A MILL SUPPLIESOILS, GLASS A PTJTTTi TABLE" '
pecially attractive in color find ready who grow a comparatively limited number 4 POCKET CUTLERY WIRE BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING,\ 'X1 "'

buyers at good prices-170s and 200sal and can protect them with trellises .. A CLOTH. ,
es at $2.75 per box. Other sixes and and other appliances, rhiob would be ): ; '" :3OO; .;. SAsE1:,' :aLxN"Ds: : :aD.XOX

grade range from 92 to $2.50. as to simply Impossible for the farmer who New York and Florida Lines. J.ime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. ,
quality. Fancy lemons still In demand, has 100 or 20Q acres In tomatoes. From Charleston Guns, Ammunition and Pishing Tackle of all klndX. Game
elllng at $4 to ".GO per box. New Virginia we learn that the crop 'of tomatoes 'Doors Cook Stoves Ship Chandlery Goods;
and
string beans from $1.25 to $2 per orate will be light The wet weather The magnificent teamshlps of this Line are appointed '- ,ARTESIAN WELL Ranges PIPE Gasoline. Stoves Coffins and Caskets;

Green peas, $1 to $:.. Egg plant, $3 tof3 does not permit the fruit to ripen. It Is topsail as fallows : & Cream Freezers: Brick Specialty, Lime Cement Lawn Mowers and Ice.
barrel. that will be this '
predicted prices higher
, per CALLING AT CHARLESTON. S. WAYS. Chimney Pipe Flags
C.t'BOTH ; : Bunting:
At wholesaling
winter. tomatoes
G. S. FAUIKB.For present are (n.A.JrD.UD rlxa.)O Table/ d Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings Scroll Work, etc., eCo.
at 75 dozen
cents a cans. They From New York From JiutkaowlIUsFlorida. Catalogues, sample.cards and size lists sent free
Sale-Merritt'Island Land. cost the packers at least 70 to 77 cents. (rIer 29,B.R.) 8TKAKEB solicited and estimates furnished promptly. _on.application. Correspondence.
-Ex. Monday Oct. 30th,at 9. P.II.CHER01tU.8onday. Nov. lit at CJIO.A.JL
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Forty-five acres fronting Indian and Wednesday,Oct.Wth, at a .. x.,..>8EMIXOLK." .,.....Toeedar Nov. Srd, at 6MAM.
Friday let.80th,M1 r. If.:..:..YEHA88ltJC..TburacLt7. Nov. 5th. at 6.00 AM.Nov. .
Notice.
Banana rivers In 6, 10 or 20 acre lots Monday Nor. lid,at3 p. M...,,"IUOQUOI8" .bandar 8th, at '.00 ....
Improved or unimproved 'These.lands Eau Galli"town lots for sale between .Wednesday, Nov.4th,at I P. MFriday ,,..."ALOONIIhN..Tuesday,. Nov. 10th at 1X0 ..x. The Palace
Nor. Sib, at. .. Nov 12th, at ice ..x. Carpet
are as well adapted to the culture of ship yard and postofflce. For business X..oouHEROKkEl'.Tbandal.
Monday Noy.1Ith, at 3 P. ....."8EMLNOLK.'; .... ....Banday, Nov. 1Mb, at 4 JO A.M. ,
pineapples bananas, lemons or residence. Apply to Wm. Roesch, Wedneilda1.Noy.IUb.at..II..YEHA.88 "..........Tueaday Nov. 17th, at 16.00 A'". ,
limes, guavas and early oranges as any Eau Gallic, Fla. llseptSmo .Friday Nov.13th at S P. X...,...lROQUOI "....,..."Ttansday, Nov. 1Mb at .JO .......
land in Brevard county For particulars I Monday Nov. tb,at I.. ......""'UWNQIJ1Nt..sbnda y. 'Nov. ,fcid: M t.00 .... ,48j West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
ore Wednesday,NoviBthUIP.x."CHERO1 : ......Tuenday 'Nov. 84th, at 1I.oo.A.Jl. ;
.apply or address with self addressed envefope For lame better Friday Nor.loth ala P. M.....'.HBMINOLX""VKMA881ui".U': .. .....Thunday Nov. lath, at 13 JO .... ,
J. A. BOOTH than to saturate a flannel cloth with Monday Nov. sod, at'p;M.,... .....Banday Nov. th, M 1M .... Where you will find the very best selection of
Nov.Sftth, M S p. x."IROUOIS" .Tuewiay Doe. lt, at ..00 A...
Wednesday
8 Brantley Fla. Chamberll n', Pain Balm: and bind it on
Friday Nov nth,at* P. ......"'ALO4)NpU1N"'Thursday, Deo.. SO, M OJlO A.M. Carpets, Mats
the affected parts Try it and you will Monday Nov.90th, at 1 P, M....."CHEBOKKK..........Sunday. Deo. etn, at 7.30 A.... '
-VIII Jacksonville will be be surprised at the prompt relief it Shades, Oil cloths
pleased to know that although the St. affords The same treatment will' cure St. Johns River Line. Mattings ,
James, Windsor Everett Carleton, Du- rheumatism: For' sale by Dixon A: % Lace curtains,
val, Glenada, Grand View and i Gray. 134t Rugs Cornice
poles
hotels are closed for the summer still For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on. Potters, ,

that elegant hotel-The Travelers Tile ''Epg that Never Hatch. the St. Johns River. China .Silks. ,
open for the reception of guests This And Mosquito Nets.

la the only hotel which succeeds In making (Tor the ADVOCATK) Tbe'elegant Iron 8ide-WPel8taamer1 Estimates given.. Samples sent. The I
only exclusive
oarpe'-h
and friend. both winter uae In Florida.
'summer.money To strangers we would and There's young man on the corner, "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" Our Goods are run BEST. and the Prices THK XOWKBT.: .

that The Travelers Is not a boarding say Filled with life and strength and hope f CAPT. W, A. SHAW."FREDERICK ,. Mall orders. will receive prompt attention. '

house or a restaurant with a' few rooms Looking far beyond the present,' Oletx l__ eto: OorToott .
connected. but a first-class hotel with I With the whole world in his scope; DeBARY ,
accommodation for one hundred: guests 'CAPT. T. W., L u' ept-6mo 48, West Bay Street. Jacksonville...., ...
lie Is grasping at to-morrow, -- '- --
Remember The Travelers *tf Are appointed to sail from Jck jar dally exeept: Batarday at SJO p.m.,and from Sanford :
That catch e.
I phantom none can ; o pt Sunday".a.u, Established In'1873..
Fort Pierce. I To-day lost; he Is waiting SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE.' NOKTHBODND.

i For the eggs that never hatch.Tbere'r !. Leave Read Iowa.JOP.W................ ............JackaoavtU ....-......................Arrive U.e5T n
S.OOP.M.,............_................falatka......_........,.......?,...Letre t.sor x WANKLYN &
Mrs Reynolds has some of her north an old man over yonder. ..41JO..x............................. AMOT ............... .......... CORY COMPY.
With. worn and face .. 1..0 A.110............................,.St.etaac4.,... .................... II 12..0 P.II
friends weary ., .. ... .. .w. ... .. .. .... .
ern visiting her. w 8.00A.M... ... ..... '.' Bereaford .. ; .. .. 1I s A.u
With searching anxious features,t e.00..x.............................BI...Springs.....,.... ; ... II 11UWA.M
The saw-mill St Lucle Is now running A TIT.s.ee. A.x...................-..:.........Santord................"......... 9.10.._.
and for orders .' And weak, uncertain pace. 9.15a.x.r.t...............InMrprtM............................ .J18 A.. (SUCCESSORS TO G. W. MARKETS' )
ready
lie living in the future. General Passenger and Ticket flce.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

Mr J. Smith moved In from Ten Mile With no desire to catch V.M.w. .IHONMONOKB Jiw FMaennr Ageot,88 Welt Bay 8t.,Jackaoorllle,IT*.. Wholesale and Retail Wines and Liquors

Creek and Is now living In Mr F. Bell's The golden now; He la waiting ..u.. .r OGDEN PAY ltht Acent Tnvellnc,oa wharf.Fmaaenrer loot Irani Hogaa,S Btieet.bowline JaekworUle Green,Mew,rim.York. .

house. For the eggs that never hatch. JOHN HO'WA u ,FlOrida Freight Agent,foot Laura Bcraet-JackaoOviUe.Fla.
J.A.LnLI Superintendent foot Leon Buses Jackaoortile,Tla.tf .
Mr. J. Bell iatend to build. butchers There's a world of men and women MARSHaLL: : ,Traffie Maaager,8 Bowling Green,New Tork. Monogotela Rye, Kentucky Bourbon WMskj,
fresh H. CLYDE.Aa _Trafflo Manager,8 Bowling Green,New Tork.
aid have
shop, meat oa hand all With.thel f life's work yet undone
the winter, Who are sitting standing, waiting WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents Pure 'California 'Wines.

Mrs Weaver and two children arrived Beneath the same great sun; II Booth Ifharvee.rUladalpbl-. 8 Bowlla.Gnat,Hew york.

here recently on a Till, to Mr. Carleton.She .' Ever eager for the future PRICES NEVER BEFORE
ATTEMPTED.

comes from the West Coast. But not content to.snatch :rNcr.6.N: : : :e : aOL..c.I: : Si"6*............. ......,.,.,.....PerGaL |1.00 Per

Mr. Shook was greatly rejoiced to lee The present; they...waiting, &........... ..... ;....... n 1.50 Case II $3.00
Ills sister arrive. She has down to For the eggs that never hatch. t TITUSVIllLEIndian .... .......:.:... .:. ... c 1.60 r. 6.00 6-
come ADg QA..r..:..:...:...:.> 1JIO II n
stay with him. She hails from Illinois Three hundred and twenty acres of River Hock ........ ................e.. 1/ .1 4.00 5.00
The last week has been quite cool at IZNUn pineapple! land for sale, at 912.60
described follows: The n.e. iiT-:; Fla. w1YFI dJ: 00., 91, W.. Bay street, JACXSOSVUXI.
Bights, so much so that the pineapple per acre, .. ..
\ and ti*> .-.. J of the s.e. | of Sea 21. r --- j
growers, were getting a. little scared. and tbea.w.of the ...... J, and w. of RICHARD W. GOODS. JAMES T. HOOO.

Mr. Burchflel, of Georgiaaa, was In the S.W. } of See. 23, all in Tp. 87, S. B. L >L KABJmT'rE,
town last week. Be Intended it E., p Wning 820 acres. About two Florida
surveying acres of above which is plaated In pineapples FBOPB. Real Estate
for Mr. Everett, but had to watt for is to be excepted from the sal. Exchange

held notes. This land of course, as "will be understood ,

There was-a TeI1I.lce. dance given by from the price has no river front ,ruc-Iu-11 Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Cov FLA.
but lies three quarters of a mile from ,
Mrs. Russell I'ridaweek. atSLLncie.We the river, back of Jensen po.to>noe. It TL --- PBOPXBTOS: OF ALL ENDS
BOUGHT SOLD
were sorry to see such few present. adjoins the very extensive pineapple Only a few minutes' Jt XrCHANQZD.

Dancing was kept up until the we*ama' plantation of T. V. Moore and Ids ftssoctatMt walk from Railway depot SETTING PAID FOB HOH4tESIDEST3.
Messrs. Ivev and BHantJiMf. aDd and Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOB '
Lour of the morning, and all reported a ORANGE GBOYES AHD
a'e. U as good pineapple land aa can be found On tXa bank of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIOHS '
1a .tJie county Apply to Bobbins AGnam bdIaa 1tb"
Landa a
apec1abJ.
lar-faIMII Pardee
WAUACt hdJaa 1Unr."hi wiAlGgigIroet,, OC buying 1aII4a for
T. EJLSSQU 13tt I e&1o W9Y1d 40 WOU W conoapoIId wt 1110 .

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